The Maranyundo School
An English speaking, non-denominational boarding school for high achieving girls from low-income families. It is run by the Benebikira Sisters, a Rwandan order of Roman Catholic nuns who are highly respected and have a long history of providing quality education to the economically vulnerable.
Results Educational Fund in Washington, D.C., supports grassroots advocacy to end the worst forms of poverty, including through policies to achieve universal basic education in the poorest countries around the world.
Education for All Campaign Manager
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Rwandan partners include FAWE (Forum of Women Educationalist Girls School) in Kigali and the Imbuto Foundation chaired by the First Lady of Rwanda and the FAWE Girls School.
FAWE Rwanda chapter, is a non-profit membership organization that brings together people interested in promoting female education in Rwanda. Since its inception in November 1997, FAWE Rwanda has broadened its scope of assistance in education throughout the country. FAWE Rwanda currently assists girls in the country’s five provinces, without discrimination. Since its founding, the chapter has provided educational opportunities to many deserving girls”
The Imbuto Foundation contributes to national efforts within the fields of health, education and economic empowerment.
The Imbuto Scholarship Program
This program was created as a result of children failing to pursue their secondary education due to lack of funding. The scholarship fund provides for tuition, uniform, transportation and other school requirements for the entire secondary school cycle of six years, which costs US$ 1, 200. The students are enrolled into the program based on pre-determined criteria that includes:
- a high disciplinary record
- high performance grades
- enrollment in a public school