Rwanda 2020

           

Mission Statement & Vision

Lead concept

The initiative of "Rwanda2020: We share Handcraft" is based on the strong belief that sharing knowledge and capability are the main ingredients for a sustainable and prosperous future for all participants.

Crossing borders by bringing in a young European mobile handcraft workforce to Rwanda and connecting it to young students, dedicated to vocational training, will lead to a win-win situation.

An exchange of culture, skills and practical "working on the job" will bring about mutual understanding and pave the each of each individual participating in this project to define personal targets. Learning-by-doing and supporting the local community at the same time: We share Handcraft is our motto!

We strive for a unique mixture of differing handcraft branches with an international crew of 220 young craftsmen who will visit Rwanda in 2020 for 220 hours and work with young Rwandans in each of the 20 projects in a socially dedicated environment. Take off in Europe on 20 February 2020 at 10:20 hours.

Our motto: "We share Handcraft"

An exchange of culture, skills and practical "working on the job" will bring about mutual understanding and pave the each of each individual participating in this project to define personal targets. Learning-by-doing and supporting the local community at the same time: We share Handcraft is our motto!

We strive for a unique mixture of differing handcraft branches with an international crew of 220 young craftsmen who will visit Rwanda in 2020 for 320 hours and work with young Rwandans in each of the 20 projects in a socially dedicated environment. Take off in Europe on 20 February 2020 at 10:20 hours.

Vision

The long-term vision is to start a European-African movement where cultural awareness and practical skills fit within President Kagame's 2020 vision, as already demonstrated on a smaller scale with "Geselle trifft Gazelle". This project has been nominated and awarded with several social and educational national German prizes in the last five years. 

Vocational training and practically related skills are the basis for a prosperous and solid economy; with this project, we hope to contribute to this conviction by sharing and working together on an eye-to-eye level. Based on mutual respect, trust and understanding, taking care of the community of Rwanda in the middle.

Finally, we would like to start with the preparation and foundation for a so- called Junior Talent House of Handcraft were young Rwandans and young Europeans meet each other for the coming decades and share and exchange their skills and abilities in handcraft. Guided by professionals, companies and the Rwandese government (WDA Rwanda), who are willing to support and invest in long lasting structures in their (specific) branches. We would like to contribute to a better world and together build a society where the people, planet and profit are in balance!

Sustainable Development Goals

Our contribution and masterplan

The 17 Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nation

  • 17 Sustainable Goals Icons of the United Nation

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