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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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Topics: Rwanda

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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Topics: Interviews Rwanda

Enjoy this look at our activities and work throughout the world in 2018.

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Continuing our ‘Stories of Light’ series, Rwanda Youth Music Program Manager, Chris Nicholson shares his favorite moment from 2018.

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June 26, 2018
June 26, 2018

Our training program in Rwanda continues in partnership with WE-ACTx for Hope, Ready for Reading and SACCK. This month, our trainees wrote a song together titled “Urukundo” (Love).

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Topics: Rwanda

This year in Rwanda we started a four week training in partnership with WE-Actx for Hope, Ready for Reading and SACCK.

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A small piece of the story of Musicians without Borders’ work can be told through numbers; the number of people participating in programs, the number of activities that have taken place, the number of organizations around the world with which we work. Of course, each of these numbers represents a story in itself, of the music made by people in a moment of their lives.

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At the weekend, a new training course in MwB Community Music Leadership began in Rwanda’s Eastern Province, led entirely by a team of Rwandan musicians and community leaders trained by Musicians without Borders.
The trainees are 20 community members (aged 13-50) who are engaged with supporting young people facing limited opportunities due to poverty, illiteracy, rural unemployment, gender based violence, and formerly living as street children.
This training shares the skills and experience developed since 2010 at our partner WE-ACTx for Hope, and is organised with the organisation Ready for Reading.

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