“With the income I make from weaving, I can afford supplementary food or anything I want to buy to enhance the living of my family”
“We want other companies to see the benefits that come from working with refugees” – Theo Hakizimana, Asili Natural Oils Managing Director
Kepler serves over 500 students on its two campuses in Rwanda, 110 of whom are refugee learners.
A specially-designed course helps French-speaking refugees move into the English-based education system in Rwanda.
Clean and Safe Cooking in Kigeme camp: Inyenyeri brings jobs with new made-in-rwanda cooking fuel for Congolese refugees
Refugees in Kigeme camp acknowledge a big change with Inyenyeri stoves, comparing to traditional cooking with firewood.
From Russia with Love – International Flower Delivery Service brought to you by a Burundian Refugee in Rwanda
Reynolds Butari, a Burundian refugee young writer, psychologist and entrepreneur has opened his own business in Rwanda.
Refugee camps in Rwanda are like any community with people that are capable to use their skills to have their dreams come true.
“Suffering makes you strong” is the phrase which describes the life of Mr. Gilbert Ngongo.
“We are normal people like them, they have a dream we have dreams as well, they have talents and so do we” – Yvette, 21.
Collaboration between Government of Rwanda and UN Refugee Agency has turned Mahama refugee settlement into a model town two years since opening
Mahama refugee camp is today a model settlement that sets the standard for other camps in Rwanda and even beyond.
Guinness World Record holder and Captain of Rwanda’s National Cricket Team brings the new sport of cricket to refugee camps in Rwanda
For some of the children, sports can be a strategy for survival. Sports are an essential contribution not only to the enjoyment and relief from the stress of life in refugee camps, but also to the protection and personal development of young refugees
The Seed of Hope: A Congolese refugee’s efforts to write his autobiography captures the horrors of his past and the hope for a brighter future as a recent university graduate
“You don’t know what a small gesture means to a refugee. Even just a smile can mean so much.”