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Lastest News

In Rwanda, music activities and support groups for young people living with HIV have been closed for ten months. We know that when it becomes possible to meet again, support will be more necessary than ever.

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“[The trainers] kept telling me that I was important. That made me come a bit closer to other people. I was trained and I became a community music leader, then I started to help children that felt like me.”

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Our training program for Community Music Leaders in Rwanda has already moved online. Here’s a lesson given this week by Musicians Without Borders trainer Espoir Rukengeza.

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April 16, 2020
April 16, 2020

In January 2020, we began a very exciting new collaboration across Musicians Without Borders programs, bringing the expertise of the Mitrovica Rock School to Rwanda Youth Music’s team of passionate Community Music Leaders.

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March 17, 2020
March 17, 2020

Given the current health crisis around the world, and measures taken by respective governments to control the spread of COVID-19, all our events, benefit concerts and training programs have been cancelled until further notice.

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For International Women’s Day this year, we asked women from the MWB network about their favorite female artists and the songs that mean the most to each of them. 

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Rwanda Youth Music Program Manager, Chris Nicholson, takes an in-depth look at one area in our Theory of Change (Resilience) and how it relates to our work on the ground.

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As we showcase our work in Rwanda, we interviewed Rwanda Youth Music Coordinator, Shyaka Allison about his background, his work with MWB and how MWB is growing in other African countries.

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