Co-founder and President of the Kigali Reading Center (KRC) Parfait Gasana, speaking at the University of Massachusetts event celebrating “50 Years of Excellence”. We thank UMass for giving us this great opportunity to share the KRC story with so many people!
It is story time at the Kigali Reading Center (KRC) in Kigali, Rwanda. The picture shows assistant manager of the KRC Maxime Gatera (top) and co-founder Wade Cedar (middle) reading books to our students. We collected all these children books in the US and sent them to the KRC. We
Tutoring is at the core of the Kigali Reading Center (KRC). We thank our volunteers and supporters in the US and in Rwanda for their continuous efforts that enable the KRC to progress step by step. A big thank you to everyone! If you would like to get involved with
Everyone is welcome at the Kigali Reading Center (KRC). We often get children who take part in story time with their parents. The literacy rate in Rwanda is an unacceptable 66% (World Bank). There clearly exists a need for organizations such as the Kigali Reading Center. Your contributions help to
Lornie Bullerwell stands with Parfait Gasana at the ceremony celebrating the 50th anniversary of the founding of the University of Massachusetts Boston, where Lornie announced that the Umass Alumni Association had awarded the Kigali Reading Center with a $1000 grant to continue the KRCs mission of promoting English literacy in Kigali and beyond.
UMass Boston Provost Winston Langley at the John F. Kennedy Library in September, Parfait met UMass Boston Provost Winston Langley at the John F. Kennedy Library during a ceremony honoring students whose exemplary work continue to promote the values of the University of Massachusetts.