“Education is a powerful driver of development and one of the strongest instruments for
reducing poverty and boosting shared prosperity.” – The World Bank

EDUCATE

IN THE LAST FIVE YEARS:

  • 98% of our students have graduated successfully. (In fact, the only ones who have not graduated have been refugee students who have been relocated by the United Nations before they could graduate.)

  • 27% of our students have graduated in the top 10% of their classes.

EQUIP:

IN THE LAST FIVE YEARS: 

  • 97% of our students have been employed in paying jobs within 2 years. Overall in Rwanda, less than half of university graduates get paying jobs within 2 years.

  • 77% of our students have been employed in paying jobs within 6 months.

EMPOWER:

 

IN THE LAST FIVE YEARS: 

Even with a two-year pause because of COVID, our students, through their Community Impact Projects, have impacted in significant ways the lives of almost 30,000 people.