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Events

The red carpet was the hallway at the global law firm Dewey & LeBoeuf.  The fashion statements were more sassy than flashy.  The opening video took the night’s first award.

Rwanda

How refreshed we still looked on our last day in Rwanda with Richard and Monique Schmidt of the Akilah Institute for Women.

Rwanda

Roma tomatoes are in high demand in Rwanda and The Serena Hotel is a major consumer of them. Shema Farms, operated by Sara--one of Bpeace's Race to Innovation finalists--is one of the hotel’s biggest suppliers.

Rwanda

One of the Business Club founders gave us a tour of the university and described how Bpeace was a key part of the support network that she and her peers access.

Rwanda

Herve is a finalist in the Bpeace Race to Innovation who is going to college here in Butare. I met with this young man for over two hours last night to talk about his vision to create jobs for women. He said he was inspired by his mother who raise

Rwanda

Lively cultural bonding among the Sweet Dreams’ trainees and Bpeace takes the form of a morning song and dance party in our classroom at the National University of Rwanda.

Rwanda

Above, Sabra on the right with one of the trainees with her t-shirt from Rwanda's One Million Women March.

Rwanda

It was smiling faces and waving hands as soon as the Bpeace team walked into the reception at Petit Prince Hotel with the women we will be training to work at the Sweet Dreams ice cream store. We were moved and inspired by their openness and curio

Rwanda

Sabra was stunned and so was BpeaceHQ when she told us.

Events

On May 12, more than 200 guests celebrated Bpeace’s successful 2010 DanceGiving FUNraising campaign at the City Winery to raise much-needed capital. 

Rwanda

Hervé Debarego chose to start a food delivery service in Kigali after witnessing three women dashing through the city, attempting to escape from the police.

Afghanistan

Bpeace helps its Fast Runners form local peer networks that typically meet monthly.  But every November, the meeting turns into something more—a reunion of present and past Fast Runners and a celebration of their friendship and relationship