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  • Musabyimana Felicite and the Marere Club

    Musabyimana Felicite and the Marere Club

    Felicite is a Head teacher of G.S Kabirizi which is located in Karembo sector, Ngoma District of Eastern Rwanda. She is a BLF National Leader of Learning. In this story she talks about how she initiated a club that aims at protecting the environment and making teaching and learning materials. Read her story. My name […]Read More »
  • I am a school leader equipped to bring change

    I am a school leader equipped to bring change

    My name is Georgine MUKARUGIRA, Headteacher at G.S. St Paul Muko, in Rusizi District, Western Rwanda. I have been the headteacher of this school since 2015.  It’s a 12 years basic education, government aided school, owned by the Catholic church. St Paul Muko is a large school with 3,012 students, 48 teachers and 3 administrative […]Read More »
  • BLF Digest Issue #2 is out!

    BLF Digest Issue #2 is out!

    Welcome to the 2nd 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 for three million children in Rwanda. This is a special edition that focuses on the importance of Community of Practice (CoP) meetings for teachers of English and Mathematics. Download it here! BLF […]Read More »
  • English digitized toolkit for teachers of lower primary launched in Kigali

    English digitized toolkit for teachers of lower primary launched in Kigali

    The Minister of state for primary and secondary education Dr Isaac Munyakazi and the British High Commissioner to Rwanda H.E Jo Lomas launched the digitized tool-kits that have been uploaded to REB’s e-learning platform. The toolkit are self-study resources developed by Building Learning Foundations and Rwanda Education Board that support teachers of lower primary to […]Read More »
  • Rwanda Govt to distribute 4 million textbooks in public schools

    Rwanda Govt to distribute 4 million textbooks in public schools

    The Minister of State for Primary and Secondary education Dr Isaac Munyakazi alongside H.E Jo Lomas, British High Commissioner to Rwanda officially launched the DFID funded English and Mathematics textbooks for all public and government aided primary schools across Rwanda. About 4 million text books will be supplied to all schools in 30 districts of Rwanda […]Read More »
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