Background: The Mobile Arts for Peace (MAP) project supported by partners Mashirika Creative and Performing Arts, Aegis Trust, Kwetu Film Institute, Hope and Homes for Children, and University of Lincoln aims to provide training for youth, educators and cultural artists; to support the design and delivery of Participatory Arts as a part of the national curriculum; and to collaborate with (...)


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Background: In 2017, the B.R.I.D.G.E. theatre project came to Rwanda to work with local actors and students to create a play written by local students. The B.R.I.D.G.E. theatre project had brought plays to Rwanda that were written similarly by students from other countries. This exchange of culture was an incredible experience for the students involved. Thanks to generous support from the (...)


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Background: Realizing that the majority of people in rural areas of Rwanda have access to a radio, UNICEF and Mashirika developed an idea to create a weekly radio drama that would engage the population and educate about important issues pertaining to children. The project is monitored and evaluated through a text questions that offers a financial incentive to correct answers. These (...)


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