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Intensive Teacher Training with BDC Grad

Posted : admin 27 January 2014

We love to participate with the great things our BDC graduates are doing. On December 14, 2013, 21 Entrepreneurship teachers from all over Rwanda completed a 10-day intensive entrepreneurship course taught by RCE strategist Jason Benedict, Distance Consultant Richard Miller, and BDC graduate and entrepreneur Patrice Habinshuti. The training was aimed equipping the teachers with: …

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Cohort 3 Graduate Grace Mugabekazi Interviews Mathilde Umurerwa from Cohort 1 For her Business Magazine

Posted : admin 24 October 2012

Tell me about yourself. My name is Mathilde Umurerwa. I am a proud wife and mother of eight children. Four boys and four girls. I am aged 37. Plus I am an entrepreneur! I own a company called Ntuma Supply Home Delivery. It’s a company that supplies fresh food to peoples’ homes. We do the …

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Success Story #2

Posted : admin 21 September 2012

More Success than We Imagined

Posted : admin 21 October 2011

Tuesday, October 18, 2011 Incredibly busy day getting ready for the all-day seminar on Wed and Thurs. Chick fil-A visiting execs, Mark and Brandon, were a huge hit in class tonight. Their detailed knowledge of operations of their stores amazed the class. I have never seen a class this animated, with non-stop questions that took …

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Busier Than a One-Armed Paper Hanger

Posted : admin 19 October 2011

Monday, October 17, 2011 Rich Tapestry of Current Learners, Graduates, Visitors, and Visiting Execs I was a bit worried when at 6:05 the visitors outnumbered the learners in the class. Eventually, a good number of the class arrived. They heard encouraging words from Jacques and Hamim (Cohort 2 Football Academy) about life after graduation. Then …

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Despite the Rain, Our Legacy Shines Through

Posted : admin 14 October 2011

Friday, October 14, 2011 Our Legacy: The Next Generation (and the generation after that) Twenty-two year old Patrice was a fountain of business ideas in our first Cohort of the BDC. We were wondering when he would choose just one and start it. Winning the 2011 Africa Innovation Prize (AIP) was the catalyst for his …

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Meanwhile, in Kenya

Posted : admin 15 March 2011

by Skye Ganbaatar Our colleague in Kenya, Dr Jeremiah Koshal, emailed Saturday. He and his wife are living in Nairobi, Kenya. One of the projects Jeremiah is now focusing on is a small tended camp that he and his brother-in-law started, called Oldarpoi Mara Community Camp. Here’s the link: www.oldarpoimaracamp.com. They’ve been featured in the …

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Jana Harp Dean, Regent’s March 2011 World Changer

Posted : admin 11 March 2011

Jana Harp Dean ’97 (Psychology & Counseling) is using her Master’s in Community Counseling from Regent University to change the lives of impoverished women in Central Asia, China, India, and elsewhere. Her nonprofit organization, OneMaker, provides jewelry-making training and literacy courses so women can earn a fair wage in a safe working environment. Jana also …

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The Beloved Community

Posted : admin 14 June 2010

Now the multitude of those who believed were of one heart and one soul; neither did anyone say that any of the things he possessed was his own, but they had all things in common. -Acts 4:32 How would you like to be a part of a community where in spite of external persecution, trials …

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Entrepreneurship for Artists

Posted : admin 07 April 2010

Artist Scholarships to Ei Forum http://www.faithandwork.org/artsei This April, the Arts Ministry of Redeemer Church, NYC, is highlighting entrepreneurship for artists in collaboration with Redeemer’s Entrepreneurship Initiative (Ei), which culminates with the annual Ei Forum, April 16-17. The Arts Ministry is offering several full scholarships to the Ei Forum for artists who are serious about being …

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