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East Africa World Vision Vice President in Rwanda

East Africa World Vision Vice President in Rwanda

Regional Vice President for World Vision International – East Africa Dr. Charles Ebow Owubah appreciated the achievement and good partnership between Rwanda and the World Vision. He made the remarks while meeting Rwanda’s Prime Minister Dr. Pierre Damien Habumuremyi in Kigali on February 12, 2014. “I am pleased, whenever I call the Country Director, I [...]

Rwanda celebrates partnership with Global Fund

Global Fund celebrates 10-year partnership with Rwanda, which has since seen funding of about $900 million to Rwanda’s Millennium Development Goal target (MDG’s).  The celebration saw the signing of another grant of $204 million to improve the efficiency of the fight against HIV in Rwanda on February 10, 2014. The financing is intended to achieve [...]

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Rwanda : British council promotes English in Rwanda

The Partnership between World Vision-Rwanda and the British Council together with the government in a project worth Rwf32.7m, will promote the use of English in selected schools in Bugesera district. The partnership will empower teachers in English language, as a process that also needs development partners to get on board, and this is a move [...]

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Rwanda | British Head teachers touched by Rwandan experience

Two British Head teachers Jo Lundy, of St Edmundsbury Primary, and Anna Berridge, of Risby Primary, completed a 10-day trip to various schools in the Nyamasheke region but have went back home touched by the resilience of Rwandan students. The duo was visit with Mark Bennett, an advisory teacher from Suffolk County Council’s Learning Improvement [...]

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Rwanda : British Head teachers touched by Rwandan experience

Two British Head teachers Jo Lundy, of St Edmundsbury Primary, and Anna Berridge, of Risby Primary, completed a 10-day trip to various schools in the Nyamasheke region but have went back home touched by the resilience of Rwandan students. The duo was visit with Mark Bennett, an advisory teacher from Suffolk County Council’s Learning Improvement [...]

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