Not always exciting, but important: agriculture
How working with men empowers women in Rwanda
Di McCann, mother of N4A Executive Director Sophie McCann, visited our projects in 2015.
Here’s what we achieved in 2015… In Rwanda: ·Women learned new vocational skills that helped them earn an income: In our urban project, women learned hairdressing and cookery and 98% said their income had increased since they joined Aspire; on average, the women were earning about £24/$34 per month by the end of 2015. […]
Aspire helps women break out of poverty
Making learning relevant to women’s everyday lives
A Rwandan business grad is helping Aspire women start their own businesses.
Why local teachers and mentors are crucial to success
Mental health isn’t just about counselling.
A California teen brings water filters to our partner in Rwanda