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120 educators to be empowered with the Asset-Based approach in Rubavu

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The Asset-Based Community Development (ABCD) concept is one of the innovative solutions championed by Wellspring Foundation for Education as part of its signature program aimed at helping schools and the community alleviate student’s poor learning. Wellspring’s ABCD approach insists that

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All Children deserve hope. So do Children in Rubavu

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At Wellspring Foundation, quality education and students’ learning achievement are not just fancy and sweet terms. They are not just “good things to have”. They are non-negotiable rights all children should be given regardless of their socio-economic reality, gender, and

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Can effective leadership impact quality in schools?

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What is leadership about? The word “Leadership” is one of those special words that generate mixed feelings and can be understood in different ways from various vantage points. For some, leadership means being in a position of authority or power

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Country Director Job Advert | Deadline is March 30

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Wellspring Rwanda Country Director Job Advert

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New Academic Year launched at the Abundant Leadership Institute (ALI)

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On September 5, 2016, Wellspring Foundation’s Abundant Leadership Institute (ALI) started its new Academic year with a new cohort of students including education leaders and school entrepreneurs from Rwanda and the Region. For a week, students have been taken through

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Wellspring’s program, a more tangible and practical approach

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Wellspring Quality Education trainers’ team continues to support and to facilitate peer learning exchanges and discussions among head teachers, teachers, and directors of studies around the proper implementation of the new competence-based curriculum. Teachers’ discipline, Students’ behavior management, Development of

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4 Days workshop on Quality education

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Developing passionate and competent school leaders and teachers is a non-negotiable requirement towards quality education. So empowering teachers and school leaders to ensure that they are equipped and ready to help Rwandan children unleash their great potential is key. In

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Wellspring Foundation participates in the Gasabo District Open Day

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Each year all districts in Rwanda organize a special event commonly referred to as “Open Day” for up to 70 partners of the district to exhibit their activities, products and services. As usual, the 2016 “Open Day” of the district of

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When Teaching is not a burden anymore

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Any person who is actively involved in the Rwandan Education Sector and particularly in the realm of teachers’ empowerment, will probably not fail to notice the unusual excitement among teachers in general and the positive higher expectations from the community

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Why do teachers matter?

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It is said that “good teachers are costly but bad teachers cost more”. Therefore, empowering teachers is a nonnegotiable requirement in the process of establishing and sustaining quality education in schools. In line with the Rwandan Government education strategy, which

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