|Fabrice teaches a class on Business Management and Entrepreneurship at Covanya.|
Indego Africa's training programs are taught by university students though a partnership with Generation Rwanda, a non-profit organization dedicated to helping orphans and other vulnerable young people in Rwanda pursue a university education. The following are some of our favorite quotes from Generation Rwanda trainers in the field.
“I'm still amazed by how quickly they learn. I can't wait to see them speak English fluently.” Peter Muvunyi, English literacy at IKU.
“Students were surprised by [the verbs] to like and to love and laughed at these two terms.” Peter Muvunyi, English literacy at IKU.
“The women are very curious and they want me to teach everything in one day! Sometimes we go beyond the schedule. I’m delighted!” Eric Iyaremye, English literacy at Coovamaya.
“[We worked on] differentiating long vowel sounds and short vowel sounds with the words ''hug" and "huge." One student said she hates the word huge. It was a difficult word for the students to pronounce.” Eugene Nteziyarmye, English literacy at Abasangiye.
|Grace Tsuni helps a cooperative partner map out their 2012 strategic plan.|
On challenges, and how to overcome them: “The challenge was that the women still think that we are learning difficult lessons and they don't believe that they will reach to the overall objective. Encouragement and building their confidence is the best way to motivate them and show them that they will do it.” Bruce Kayitare, English at Twiyubake.
“They are no longer my students, we've become friends.” Peter Muvunyi, English at IKU.
“It's good to see some students still remember what I taught them and now they are teaching others who have problems.” Peter Muvunyi, English literacy at IKU.
“The women notice their progress and they are always curious about the next lesson.” Bruce Kayitare, English literacy at Twiyubake.
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