Working to improve learning outcomes in English and Mathematics for 2.6 million children in Rwanda

The Building Learning Foundations Programme (BLF) is a programme of the Rwanda Ministry of Education (MINEDUC) and Rwanda Education Board (REB); it is funded by the United Kingdom’s Department for International Development (DFID) as part of its Learning for all Programme in Rwanda. 

The three-and-a-half-year programme is about getting the foundations in place to positively effect the rest of Rwanda’s education system. The BLF is working to improve learning outcomes in English and Mathematics at P1 to P5 in all government and government aided primary schools, ensuring that Rwandan children have the required foundational skills to make successful progress through the system.

News
  • BLF Digest issue #5

    Welcome to the 5th edition of the BLF Digest, our quarterly magazine that focuses on what we are doing to  improve learning outcomes in English and Mathematics at lower primary children in Rwanda. This …Read More »
  • Remote mentoring of teachers during COVID-19 pandemic

    Two days after the first covid-19 virus case was recorded in Rwanda, the Ministry of Education immediately shut down all the schools in an effort to contain the spread of the virus. …Read More »
  • My teaching experience in a strange environment

    My teaching experience in a strange environment

    My name is Josiane Ingabire. I am a Mathematics teacher at GS Remera Catholique School where I teach P2 and P3 pupils. I have been in the teaching profession for 10 years now. I was involved with BLF …Read More »
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