Education

Friday 2 March 2018

CHALLENGING GENDER NORMS THROUGH CHILDREN’S BOOKS

“While practicing medicine during the day, I would spend my evenings and free time to work on my writings”, Dr. Christine Warugaba has been writing children’s stories since she was a girl.

Tuesday 23 January 2018

Save the Children supported Literacy Boost Project handed over to the Government for sustainability.

“I am always happy to bring my child to a school with well-trained teacher, a school that also engages children in fun learning activities”, said Jeannette, a mother of Teresa, 7-year-old.

Monday 27 November 2017

Striving for quality & accessible early childhood learning for every last child in Rwanda.

On World Children’s Day, 1,409 children graduated from Save the Children supported pre-primary.

Wednesday 7 June 2017

Children writers shine and set high standards for Rwandan authors at National Book Exhibition.

"Mum used to bring us storybooks at home, and would insist that we read them instead of watching much television. That’s when I got the inspiration to write my own books” – said Michelle.

Saturday 4 February 2017

Early literacy at forefront as media editors’ pledge to reverse learning challenges in Rwanda.

Over 30 media editors attended a one day-long training on how to reverse pupils learning challenges in Rwanda through Save the Children’s Mureke Dusome Project.

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