May 2019, Ineza Foundation in partnership with Book Aid International hosted a one week training for Community Librarians from eight Community Libraries that will receive Children Reading Corners in their respective libraries by December 2019. Librarian trainees participated in designing the Gahini Community Library’s Children Corner during the training. […]
The reading club for children and youth at Grace Rwanda/Ineza Foundation’s office in Gisozi, Gasabo District is flourishing. Arita and Kirezi are among the readers, and they enjoy the sport activities there. Arita states: ” I love our corner library and the story reading time, and I can’t wait for […]
Librarian Trainers Workshop On August 16 and 17 our Canadian librarians partners held a workshop for more than 30 people who are working in the various community libraries across Rwanda. They spent the days showing everyone the many aspects of running a library, including: The importance of reading How to […]
During the first quarter of 2017 much has been accomplished on the field in Rwanda. The 40’ container arrived safely allowing the team in Rwanda to start sorting and distributing books and sports equipment in establishing the next 16 District Youth Center Libraries. Our sincere gratitude to everyone who contributed […]
We would like to wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year 2017! At the same time, we would like to update you on what the contributions received during this last year have accomplished by Ineza Foundation, a registered Rwandan Non Government Organization, in partnership with Grace Rwanda […]
Rwanda literacy Fashion for Literacy | Grace Rwanda & Ineza Foundation from Transliminal Media on Vimeo.A music video showing the work of Grace Rwanda and Ineza Foundation to promote literacy amongst youth in rural Rwanda.
As of the month of July 2016 to date, Grace Rwanda/Ineza Foundation (GR/IF) has some news from Rwanda. We hosted a Reading Camp form July 25 and 26th serving 100 children ranging from 3 years to 14years. We thank all international and local volunteers who made this event a success. […]