News and Stories: Rwanda
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Young Rwandan Entrepreneurs Receive Business Boost
With COVID-19 hitting many fledgling operations hard, CRS and our partners offer a way to sustain and grow struggling enterprises.
Sustaining Vulnerable Rwandan’s During Pandemic
Cash grants for nutritious food and business stock help families cope with measures meant to stem the spread of the coronavirus.
Farmer Cooperatives Improve Food Security in Rwanda
Through the U.S. Agency for International Development Farmer-to-Farmer program, volunteers share expertise with farmers, cooperatives, agriculture businesses and government agencies to help Rwanda increase productivity and incomes.
Creating Jobs for Rwanda’s Youth
CRS responds quickly to COVID-19 to keep participants active and engaged while adhering to preventive measures.
Farmers Helping Farmers
CRS Farmer to Farmer
Ethiopia, Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda
2013 – 2018
Countering Malnutrition in Rwanda
A CRS program designed for vulnerable mothers and children also helps fathers take responsibility for family health.
Change Multiplies in Rwanda Savings Group
For this mother, CRS project means no longer watching her children suffer from hunger.
Stopping Prejudice, Progressing to Peace
Businesswomen in Burundi, the DRC and Rwanda are making conflict resolution their stock in trade.
Rwanda’s Community Health Clubs Help Improve Hygiene and Sanitation
Properly constructed latrines diminish risk of disease and also offer a sense of privacy and security.
In Rwanda, Village Nutrition Schools Help Eliminate Malnutrition
Mothers discover ways to create healthy meals with food they have on hand.