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The outreach program continues in Rwanda! Over 100 children from 3 local organisations danced, sang, wrote songs, and played drums strengthening old connections and creating new friendships.

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Topics: Rwanda
February 22, 2018
February 22, 2018

“Every time we go out and meet children who don’t access music and do music together, its like working with little angels because the smile and happiness on their face is priceless.”

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Topics: Rwanda
December 25, 2017
December 25, 2017

We would like to share some highlights from our Rwanda Youth Music program in 2017.

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Rwanda Youth Music project assistant Allison Shyaka traveled to Europe last month to attend our Training of Trainers. Read his story!

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September 29, 2017
September 29, 2017

This summer saw the return of  the outreach program in Rwanda. In the past this has benefitted 1000s of children across the country from organisations working with street children, orphans, or young people living with HIV.

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Topics: Rwanda
August 28, 2017
August 28, 2017

This year sees the first Musicians without Borders training course delivered entirely by our Rwandan team.

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This year marks the first MwB training course delivered entirely by our Rwandan team. Yves and Espoir are working as lead trainers, alongside a team of experienced music leaders. They are training a group of 15 young people to use music to benefit 100s of vulnerable children.

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Next month Musicians without Borders, at the invitation of our partner organization WE-ACTx for Hope, will begin training a group of 15 young people to be Community Music Leaders in Kigali, Rwanda.

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Topics: Rwanda
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