When Brother Camille Rudasingwa requested our help in supporting three students about to drop out of school – no one was there to pay their fees – we wanted to see what was possible. Key worker Annet took the early …Read more
Both Cynithia and Peruth want to help others. That was their dream whilst at school. And now following their mentorship programme with the Friends Career Center, they have been accepted to study nursing at the East African Christian College, situated
On Course to Achieve: Martin’s Story of Overcoming Challenges
Martin’s story is one of resolve, determination, and courage. Born in May 2000 in Bwanga, a small town across the border …Read more
Not long to go now…then on Sunday 2nd April our third workshop starts. This year will be a bit different. So for the first 2 days current school students are invited to attend, and then our family of ex-students will
Building a Bright Future: Micheline’s Story of Determination and Hope
Micheline’s story is one of determination and perseverance. Born in Kicukiro, Rwanda in 1999, Micheline faced many challenges in her education journey due …Read more
We are delighted that Daniel Nteziyaremye has joined us as a trustee. Daniel is a Rwandan Quaker peacebuilder. He is currently the National Program Field Coordinator for Turning The Tide, a social justice and peacebuilding programme. He also serves as
Plans are progressing for our next workshop. We are aiming for early April, sometime in the Easter holidays and prior to the genocide commemoration.
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To kick off the afternoon session on Monday we started with some singing…
Earlier in the year, a survey was sent out to Forward Africa Education Trust (FAET) students. Their responses have been processed into the following report. We asked the students questions on topics relating to the pandemic, the issues that were
This August we held our first workshop with 21 students attending at The Friends Peace Garden in Kigali, Rwanda. A massive thank you to Daniel, Rachael, Annette and Jeremiah for planning, facilitating and delivery.