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Build Rwanda was established in 2012 to support communities in Rwanda.

Through the sale of our responsibly sourced products we are able to make a difference in Rwanda.

In our first year we have provided school uniform grants, travelled to Rwanda with a young group of volunteers to help build and design school classrooms and supported work cooperatives.  This work would not have without the support from our customers.

Wondering how to help us?  Take a look at our store - the only way we can continue our good work in Rwanda is if people support us and buy from us.  From gorgeous Pebble Fair Trade toys to gourmet award winning sauces from Bim’s Kitchen we have something for everyone.

If you want to learn more about the work we do or have any questions about our products please email us admin@buildrwanda.org.uk.

4 thoughts on “Home

  1. Gabriele Schiemann

    Great webside and great cause. Can hardly wait til my order will be delivered and me being able to try the sauces and jam.
    Keep on doing the brilliant job you’re doing here and in Rwanda.
    Best of regards
    Gabi

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  2. Jacqui Abizie-Mckendrick

    We met at the Craft Fair in North Berwick and I told you about the Black History Event that I am organising in conjuctiion with East Lothian Council.

    There are 2 event:

    East Lothian Brunton Hall on either the 12 or 19th October 2013 (awaiting confirmation of Venue & date)
    Edinburgh Event on 26 October 2013 @ The Edinburgh Academy (venue confirmed)

    I am hoping to have stall with African products and thought African Sauces will go down really well.

    Please pencil in your diary and if interested, please get back to me on the above email.

    Kind Regards
    Jacqui
    0795 689 7095 or 0770 835 3576

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