A Rwandan artisan turns recycled paper into designer greeting cards via Cards from Africa. HOPE introduced savings groups to the vibrant young staff—all orphans—of this organization.
Cards from Africa. After the recycled paper is blended into a pulp, it is dyed and dried under the Rwandan sun.
“We are no longer lonely. Things were hard in our country. And through this group, we come together.”—Irina Musengimana
Hotel Rwanda—a vestige of peace amid an incredibly tragic chapter in Rwanda’s story.
“The greatest joy of these pigs is that I now am able to share with my church and with others.”—Rachel in Kigali
Before joining HOPE, Rachel owned no pigs. Now she owns 23. It’s a testimony to the power of savings, access to capital, biblically based business training, and community solidarity.
Rachel’s home—a beacon on a hill in Kigali.