“To Realise The Promise Of Learning,” B2R’s Director of Academic Services Discusses Future of Education in Rwanda
B2R’s Director of Academic Services, Chaste Niwe, was recently published in Pan Africa Review for his article, “To Realise The Promise of Learning,” where he discusses the progress of Rwanda’s education system over the last 20 years, the challenges the sector faces today, and, more importantly, the opportunities to develop alternative pathways to learning that will improve the knowledge […]
This month, the Rwanda Broadcasting Agency visited B2R Farms to highlight the results of our first maize and soybean harvest of the year. After implementing Foundations for Farming methods and techniques, the team was able to significantly increase yields, decrease exposure to crop diseases, and withstand the summer drought.
B2R Scholar, Mary Maker, was invited to speak at Meredith College in Raleigh, NC where she presented on the importance of fighting for the education of refugees, like herself. The article below was written by Reah Nicholson Moore and featured by Meredith College. Education activist Mary Maker delivered a presentation, “Why I Fight for the Education […]
Bridge2Rwanda scholar Justus Uwayesu, who is studying at Harvard, is on the front page of The New York Times today, both in print and online! Justus’s story is remarkable, and he is one of more than 100 students in our program, many of whom could share similar stories. Help us spread the word about this great coverage! Share the story with […]
The Arkansas Alumni Association has featured Bridge2Rwanda Executive Director Anna Reed on its blog, mentioning her Razorback roots and passion for developing leaders in Rwanda! Read the full story here.