The Rwanda School Project

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We are a growing and changing organization, and that means that our volunteer needs are growing and changing, too. Here are some things that volunteers have done in the past:
  • What Does It Mean to Build a School?
  • sort, prepare and catalog library books
  • prepare and label science kits
  • design office systems and train office staff
  • teach classes on goal-setting and conflict mediation
  • teacher coaching and instructional design
  • train library volunteers
  • construct classroom furniture
  • organize sports programs
Volunteers have stayed from 5 days to two years with varying types of organizational or personal support.
A volunteer from Engineers Without Borders leads a student project.

Moses holds a Master’s degree in Education (Curriculum and Instruction) from the University of Rwanda, an MBA in Global Business and Sustainability from Universita Cattolica del Sacro Cuore of Italy, an Impact Entrepreneurship MBA from Uganda Martyrs University and a Bachelor’s degree in Education from Kyambogo University.

Prior to joining Rwanda Leaders’ School in 2019, Moses served as the Administrator and first Principal of Kivu Hills Academy, as a Director of Kigali Christian School secondary section and also lectured and developed programs at Akilah Institute for Women.

He has worked in the education sector in both Uganda and Rwanda. He has been in the Education field since his first graduation in 2007.

Moses is passionate about sustainable Education models and is eager to be part of this opportunity to make a difference in Rwanda.