• Entrepreneurial and Financial Literacy Training
    Women's Empowerment
    Entrepreneurial and Financial Literacy Training
  • Support to Start-ups
    Support to Start-ups
  • Conference
    Conference
  • JumpStart Project
    Youth Empowerment
    JumpStart Project

Latest News


“Jumpstart” Project Targets 2,000 Graduates’ Businesses

On Friday, 26th January 2018 at Grand Legacy Hotel, Remera-Kigali, a one-day Training of Trainers (ToT) was conducted by Experts Master Trainers...

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CfC trains 42 Ex-Street vendors in Kimironko Sector,...

Kigali, 22 December 2016. In partnership with Kimironko Sector, Gasabo District, Champions for Change (CfC) organized a capacity building...

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Champions for Change and AIESEC sign a Memorandum of...

The MoU was concluded following prior consultations between the leadership of the two organizations – the International Organization for...

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Women Trained on Gender Equality and Marriage...

Between 20-22 July 2016, Women’s Ministry of Zion Temple, in partnership with Champions for Change organized a workshop on Gender Equality and the...

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Impact Stories

Below are some impact stories from our youth!


Champions for Change has taught us savings methods adapted to the nature of our farming activities. I used to spend all income generated from the sale of maize at harvest, until I met a coach from Champions for Change who taught us why and how we should save a...


Mukashyaka Therese, Farmer, Tuzamurane Cooperative, in Muhanga District

I thank Champions for Change for being a partner in business. Their training programme and continuous coaching is helping me grow as an entrepreneur, rather than just a vendor. I learned how to transform business ideas into business ventures and how to deal with...


Ntivuguruzwa Thaddee, A Businessman And Former Street Vendor In Kimironko, Kigali

I used to be a street vendor, hawking throughout the city and carrying a heavy basket of fruits on my head. I really thank Kimironko sector authorities for giving me a fixed selling point where customers can find me. This is both new and exciting for me. I am...


Musabyemariya Angelique, Business Woman And Former Street Vendor In Kimironko, Kigali

JumpStart project has empowered me remarkably. It has helped me to discover my potentials and explore the hero inside me. As a young person full of energy and ambition, I am more than delighted to be part of this project - It gives me proper guidance and the right...


Nadia Uwizeye, a 4th year Economics Student (finalist) at UR-Huye Campus and one of ToT participants.

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Service

We are committed to putting our skills, talents, strength and resources in action to serve others, as faithful stewards.

Innovation

We endeavour to use our imagination to come up with new ideas and innovative solutions that promote employability and self-empowerment of women and the youth

Excellence

We aim to give the utmost of ourselves to provide high-quality services to the people we work with Initiative taking: We will take bold initiatives to influence positive change in the community and in the whole country

Partnership

We choose to work with other organizations having similar goals to develop global and local partnerships for greater impact on ground

Social

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