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In the aftermath of the 1994 genocide, devastated communities in Rwanda's coffee-growing regions struggled to rebuild. In 2005, the Dukundekawa coffee cooperative, also known as Musasa, became Root Capital's first client in Africa. Since its founding, the enterprise has grown from 300 to more than 1,800 members. As Musasa cooperative members explain in this video, a reliable source of credit is essential to their cooperative's growth. Based on Musasa's contracts with leading specialty coffee buyers, Root Capital loans the cooperative money to purchase raw beans from its members. When the processed beans ship and buyers send their payment, a portion of the proceeds pays off the Root Capital loan. Since 2005, Root Capital has provided Musasa with more than one million dollars in financing...
Subscribe!: http://bit.ly/1Vo0CKL Check out the playlist: http://bit.ly/1Sg9YdO Brian discusses the harrowing memories of the Rwandan Genocide and discovers that in the two decades since then, the country is moving forward in spectacular ways. Pack your bags: In TPGtv, travel expert and founder of ThePointsGuy.com Brian Kelly showcases the extraordinary experiences made possible by maximizing frequent flyer miles and credit card points. The web-series follows Kelly as he journeys to far-reaching destinations around the globe traveling in style for a fraction of the cost. The first season of ten episodes sees Kelly take a once in a lifetime odyssey around Africa. Traveling from Ghana and Rwanda to South Africa and Doha, he discovers remarkable ...
In October 2012 DelAgua Health and Development distributed EcoZoom fuel efficient cookstoves and LifeStraw water sanitation systems to 2,000 households in Western Rwanda. They used smartphones to document the distribution process by scanning barcodes of the technologies, taking pictures of the families and sending important information on each household over the cellphone network to a central database. This project is funded by the carbon credit market.
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The Opening Match of the Can 2004. Host Tunisia wins 2-1 against Rwanda in Poule A Scorers: Jaziri '26' [1-0] (TUN) Rafael '31' [1-1] (RWA) Dos Santos '57' [2-1] (TUN) I DO NOT OWN THESE VIDEO IMAGES. These video images are Owned by ART SPORT (ARAB MEDIA CORPORATION). All Rights Reserved. all logos, character names and distinctive likenesses thereof are trademarks of ARAB MEDIA CORPORATION - ART SPORT.
On the eve of 2015 Rwanda labor day, Rwandan Television (RTV) aired a documentary that featured a terrific entrepreneurship journey of Jean Bosco Nzeyimana, the Founder and CEO of HABONA Ltd - a company that produces affordable and environmentally friendly fuels from waste. The film crew have gone deeper to highlight Jean Bosco's lifestyle and how his is working with local government agencies to promote his integrated waste management works in Nyamagabe district. He focuses on the production of fuels in form of briquette and biogas while the by product is organic fertilizer that is used to help farmers increase their crop yield. Subtitles credit: Paul Ndiho.
Quartz's Africa correspondent Lily Kuo recently returned from a reporting assignment to Rwanda where she discovered a very different side of China's engagement in Africa. After all, Rwanda lacks many of the resources and large markets that other African states use to attract Chinese investment. Lily joins Eric & Cobus to discuss why Rwanda is becoming an increasingly popular destination for Chinese money and migrants.
HOPE International is partnering with the Anglican and Pentecostal churches of Rwanda to create Savings and Credit Associations that are freeing men and women from physical poverty while promoting reconciliation and restoration throughout the country.
President Paul Kagame has sealed a landslide victory in the country's presidential election. The country's electoral board says Kagame won by securing 98.6 percent of the cast ballots. Kagame's third term in office will see him at the helm for another 7 years, as head of the small East African Nation. A constitutional amendment in 2015 could possibly allow Kagame to stay in power until 2034. Kagame addressed jubilant supporters at his party headquarters and urged Rwandans, including those who hadn't supported him, to work together. Subscribe to us on YouTube: http://ow.ly/Zvqj30aIsgY Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cgtnafrica/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/cgtnafrica
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Two billion people globally lack essential vitamins and minerals in their diet such as vitamin A zinc, and iron - a condition also known as hidden hunger. In Rwanda, for example, iron deficiency affects nearly one in three children under-five. This can impair their mental development and learning capacity. Around the world, hidden hunger is a major underlying cause of anemia, stunting, blindness, infectious diseases, and even death, with women and children most vulnerable. New varieties of staple food crops that can provide critical vitamins and minerals are now available. To ensure nutritious crops,such as iron beans,reach even more people globally, stakeholders met in Kigali from March 31 to April 3 to discuss how best to scale up these crops. Hosted by the Government of Rwanda in pa...