Not always exciting, but important: agriculture
Gradutes of our DFID project in Rwanda have seen huge farming success!
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. […]
Eric tells his story of surviving the Rwandan genocide and piecing his life back together in its aftermath.
Ribbe Aye Teko (Together we are strong) is a group of bright women in Patongo determined to improve their lives.
Clémence was a single parent, struggling to raise her five kids before she joined Aspire.
Women use their kitchen skills to earn crucial income in post-genocide Rwanda.
In Patongo, women are working together to generate, save and invest their income.
Aspire has so far helped 450 vulnerable but resilient women rebuild their lives in the aftermath of Rwanda’s genocide.
Building a brighter future for young Rwandan women, one cupcake at a time.