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Kindergarten and preschool

In Rwanda there are established, private and public children's institutions. Children from the age of 3 usually go here. There is a focus on getting the children ready for school, but there is less focus on play and creative expression. Ihuza wishes to increase play opportunities and thereby create fertile ground for developing as an independent thinking person. All children have the right to play.


Primary school

Rwanda has a population of over 13 million. 40% are under 16 and only 3% are over 65. The country does a lot to ensure that all children and young people can go to school. There is a well-established school system which is largely supported by the population. Despite the fact that 98% of all children start in primary school, only 71% complete to the 6th grade. Only 18% go on after 6th grade. Therefore, there are still many children who do not have the opportunity to follow the entire course of schooling. It is Ihuza's wish to give everyone the opportunity to go to school normally, learn, play and be children and young people on the same level as other children in the world. 

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Vocational school

With so many people in the country, Rwanda does not lack labor but work, there is only 1.6% unemployment in the country. The challenges that can hinder employment lie in part  in the weak vocational education. Here, there is a lack of teachers, equipment and knowledge. Likewise, there are few people with the necessary resources to establish larger and more enterprises with the possibility of apprenticeships and later employment. Here, Ihuza also has a great need to be able to help and thereby provide the opportunity for the individual to create a sufficient and sustainable economy.

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