Rwanda Aid aims to support the vulnerable and disadvantaged, especially children, helping them to develop the skills and knowledge to build a better future for themselves, their families and communities. We are keen to promote initiative, hard work, and a sense of community and our vision is to enable and empower.
Rwanda Aid creates innovative, pilot projects that act as models and catalysts for further development. We offer well directed and effective help through a team of Rwandan Managers with volunteer UK Managers in support. An example of this is our teacher mentoring scheme in Nyamasheke and Rusizi Districts. We train teacher mentors in local schools in all aspects of effective teaching, including a greater emphasis on learner centred teaching, effective differentiation and planning, good use of text books and teaching aids and good classroom management.
Working closely with the Workforce Development Agency (WDA) Rwanda Aid has supported the vocational training programme in two vocational training centres (Nkombo and Ntendezi).
Rwanda Aid also supports disabled children and teachers in mainstream schools to promote inclusivity in education.
The charity is governed by a UK Board of Trustees chosen for their different areas of expertise and for their commitment to Rwanda.
Website Address: www.rwanda-aid.org
Physical Address: Munezero House, BP 285, Kamembe, Rusizi District, Rwanda Principal office in UK: 81 Hastings Road, Battle, East Sussex, TN33 0TF
Mailing/ Postal address: Munezero House, BP 285, Kamembe, Rusizi District, Rwanda
Directions to find Country office: Western province, Rusizi district, Kamembe sector
Began work in Rwanda in year: 2008
RGB Registration Number: Rwanda Reg. No. 030/RGB/17, UK registration, No 1124634
Role: Eg Country Director E-mail:firstname.lastname@example.org Cellphone: +250783492136
Role: Eg Head of Programmes E-mail: Omoit.email@example.com Cellphone:+250782806030
Districts covered: Nyamasheke and Rusizi
Educational activities :
- Access to Education
- Capacity Building
- Children with Disability
- Curriculum Development
- Girl’s Education
- Orphans & Vulnerable Students
- Resources and Equipment
- Special Educational Needs
- Teacher CPD