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Equip teams working in Rwanda – follow their posts on our Facebook page for the latest progress and news.



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It’s not too late to donate.... #CoinsforKigali ... See MoreSee Less

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Equip works closely with Restore Rwanda Ministries which is led by Joseph Karasanyi. Today is Joseph’s birthday. Happy Birthday Joseph! 🎂 ... See MoreSee Less

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This week, a new term has started at Kingdom Secondary and Vocational School in Kigali. The students and staff have all returned from their Easter break ready to work hard and take full advantage of ten new laptops which, due to an extremely generous donation, Equip has been able to provide for the IT department.

In addition we have heard today the good news that the school has received its initial registration which is the first step towards achieving the Workforce Development Agency accreditation. Well done to our Principal James Mitari and the staff team at KSV for making this happen!

The Equip team is currently planning another visit very soon to be able to encourage and support them. Please pray for the students they continue with their courses and for the staff as as they seek to develop each young person to reach their full potential.
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Today we celebrate the Risen Christ! His victory over death enables healing, forgiveness, restoration, reconciliation and redemption. Praise God! Happy Easter to all our friends in the UK and in East Africa. ... See MoreSee Less

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We can turn your old foreign coins and pre Euro currency into much needed cash for our vocational training centre in #Rwanda #CoinsforKigali ... See MoreSee Less

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Donations rolling in for #CoinsforKigali including British change! #oldcoins #preeuro #foreigncoins THANK YOU!
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Today is Genocide Memorial Day. Let us pray for all who still mourn & are affected by man’s inhumanity to man. Let us never forget. #Rwanda ... See MoreSee Less

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Coins for Kigali

Equip can turn your old coins into cash to pay for supplies for the Kingdom Secondary and Vocational School in Kigali which is training young people with skills that Rwanda really needs. Any pre Euro or foreign currency is welcome! No need to sort it out. Just donate!

20p buys one gerry can full of stream water for our school which has no piped water supply and is essential for the vocational courses we run.

£2 buys a spade for the construction class.

£5 pays for a computer to be repaired.

£10 pays one of our site staff for a week and keeps him and his entire family.

£20 buys enough record books for all the teachers for a year.

£50 will purchase all the consumable hairdressing supplies for the salon for 2017.

£75 pays for a new sewing machine for the tailoring class enabling all the students to access a machine.

£100 pays an English teacher for a month.

Our main collection point is The King’s School, Fair Oak but please do contact us if you would like your church or workplace to become a collection point too.

“Whoever is kind to the poor lends to the Lord, and he will reward them for what they have done.”
‭‭Proverbs‬ ‭19:17‬ ‭NIV‬‬

Many thanks!
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Shout out to Daniel McNaughton raising funds for #Equip #Rwanda #Kigali
Thanks Daniel!
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Today we have launched ‘Coins for Kigali’. Please contact us if your church or workplace want to get involved. #Rwanda #education #oldcoins ... See MoreSee Less

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  • Construction Class

  • English Lesson

  • Tailoring Workshop

Your donations are transforming the lives of young people in Rwanda

We keep our administrative costs to a minimum by giving our time voluntarily. We also carry out routine monitoring visits at our own expense.

Equip has now been working in Rwanda for over ten years. Our main project, the Kingdom Secondary and Vocational School in the Mageregere area of Kigali, has trained over 100 students. We are thankful for our growing team of supporters who turn these young people’s dreams into reality.

Keeping Equip supporters in touch with our progress is a high priority. You can find important information on this website and on our Facebook page, ‘equipuk’. However, to become part of the Equip vision – please sign up to our mailing list. We’d love to have you on board!

How we allocate funding


I pray that God will bless all the children in these schools and prosper all those who give to us by His mercy

Mama Eric


I am grateful for my place in the primary school and I am hoping, one day, to be president.

Rebecca


I am grateful for the land that has been provided. It provides food for our families and a school for our children. There is hope for our future.

Mussa


Thank you Equip. We have the chance to go to school and develop our education. We want to speak English and use the computer.

Daniel


I am an English teacher and I am grateful to be able to teach at the secondary school. Please ask if there is anyone else who can help us with this vision. They would be most welcome in Rwanda.

Augustine