Tag Archives: Rwanda

The legacy of a Rwandan farmer
Have you ever thought about what your legacy will be? You might not have an answer—but this story of...
Ode to a magnificent father
If there’s a day, a day in which you could fulfil your dream, would you choose to improve your...
A brighter future by solar light
One Acre Fund works with smallholder famers across East and Southern Africa to help them afford a better life....
There is much hope after the heartache
In 1994 Rwanda experienced one of the world’s most swift and brutal genocides. It is estimated that there could...
Supporting sustainable solutions for a brighter future
“Both parents and children have seen a benefit from coming to the centre and socialising. Before the Early Childhood...
Every success starts with a decision to try
“To see the people I train being helpful in society, then I know I did a good job.” That’s...
Early Childhood Development turns dreams into reality for parents and their young children in Rwanda
Setting the context On a recent field trip to Miyove, a remote sector in Gicumbi district, I met Claudette...
“One, two, three… best!”
With such enthusiasm, energy and pride, the children in a Rwandan school we visited almost fought to get the...
Fishing for letters in a Rwandan classroom
I am writing this blog on the last day of our really impressive IWitness-trip to Rwanda. Together with Carine...