One week before the London 2012 Paralympics, Channel 4 broadcasted this documentary about NPC Rwanda's amazing road to the games. Telling about the two former soldiers Dominique Bizimana and Jean Rukundo who launched together volleyball for people with disability in Rwanda, this clip shows the power of sports to unite a wounded nation.
Kigali is the capital of Rwanda, a country which two decades ago has been suffering from a horrible war and a genozide against the Tutsi.
Now, 18 years later this tiny country in the heart of Africa experiences great progress and a new kind of self-consciousness which infected me during the last year I have spent in Rwanda.
This short film may give a brief glimpse into the diverse life and people of Kigali.
AKAZI KANOZE provides youth in Rwanda with market-relevant life and work readiness training and support, hands-on training opportunities, and links into the employment and self-employment job market over a four-year period. Akazi Kanoze graduates have the opportunity to pursue further education and training, obtain gainful employment through a job or internship, and/or start a business or join a cooperative.