From the association’s work2023-07-18T07:00:46+02:00

What exactly does Friends of Rwanda do – in Germany and in Rwanda? What are the members involved in? Who are the people behind all the work?

On this page we tell the stories of our work. Our members rave about their visits to Rwanda and we report about annual meetings, festivals or fundraising activities.

Volunteering in Rwanda: Insights into the Volunteer Service

18.03.2028. Unsere weltwärts-Freiwilligen Karl, Emmy und Viola haben ein Video gedreht, das Dir einen tollen Einblick in das Leben von unseren Freiwilligen in Ruanda gibt.

Honoring Friends of Rwanda at the Bad Boll New Year’s Meeting 2019

On January 12, 2019, Friends of Ruanda was part of the New Year's Meeting in Bad Boll. Here, people and associations that provide special services to the community are honored. As part of this event, Jobst Kraus, a citizen of Bad Boll with close ties to the association, gave a speech in honor of Friends of Rwanda. Jobst Kraus used to run the Environmental Resort of the Evangelical Academy Bad Boll. Here is a transcript of his laudatory speech.

Empowerment Through Cooperation: Friends of Ruanda Builds a House for Mothers of Disabled Children with the Help of the Stiftung Entwicklungszusammenarbeit (SEZ) Baden-Württemberg

We are delighted to announce the successful completion of the "A House for Love & Care Jyambere Mwana" project at the end of the year. The initiative was successfully completed after one year in cooperation with the Baden-Württemberg Development Cooperation Foundation (SEZ). A project report by Michael Liebler.

Review of the Participation of Friends of Ruanda at the Christmas Market in Bad Boll 2023

Just in time for the start of Advent, the Bad Bollen Christmas market was greeted with the most beautiful winter weather. As always, Friends of Rwanda was involved with a stand. A report by Katrin Liebler.

Encounter of Circus Worlds: Justin Ntwali from Unity Circus Visits Circus Maroni in Stuttgart

On October 21, 2023, Justin Ntwali, board member, acrobat and trainer at Unity Circus in Gisenyi, Rwanda, visited the Maroni Children's and Youth Circus in Stuttgart. He was a guest at a performance and spoke to members of the association and young acrobats about opportunities for collaboration.

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