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Organisation empowers street kids through dance

Organisation empowers street kids through dance

The Rebecca Davis Dance Company (RDDC), a USA Ballets Dance Company operating in Rwanda is empowering the youth impacted by the 1994 genocide against the Tutsi through dance. Founded by Rebecca Davis in 2005, RDDC is an international non-profit using dance as a tool to educate and empower street children in post conflict countries including […]

Society of American Travel Writers awards Nyungwe Nziza Project

The Society of American Travel Writers (SATW) awarded Nyungwe National park for its tourism project – Nyungwe Nziza aimed at raising environmental awareness in Rwanda. The award was received by Rwanda on October 21, 2013.   The 2013 awards recognized the projects that aimed at preserving nature among them Nyungwe Nziza.   The project has […]

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American students visit Rwanda

A group of students from Stanford Graduate school of Management, based in the U.S. visited Rwanda as part of the Stanford Social Innovation Study Trip this December 2012. The group comprising of 22 students, Professor of Economics and one staff member from Stanford Graduate School of Management, have been in Rwanda on a trip dubbed “Rwanda […]

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Rwanda | US citizen recounts genocide memories

While every foreigner was ordered by their embassies to evacuate Rwanda during the 1994 genocide against the Tutsi, American citizen -Carl Wilkens stayed back to and stood alongside the Rwandan people who had become his neighbors and friends during the four previous years of his stay in the country. Wilkens, who was addressing students of […]

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