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Welcome to British Council Rwanda. Please browse our list of services and projects below.Examination / Administration Services
•Ubumwe – a 24-school partnership between Muhanga District (Rwanda), Lilongwe Urban District (Malawi) and the Highlands (Scotland/UK).
•Makino – a 24-school partnership between Kicukiro District (Rwanda), Malindi District (Kenya) and Nottingham (UK).
•Global Artists – an 18-school partnership between Nyagatare District (Rwanda), Bushenyi District (Uganda) and Durham (UK).
•Pamodzi – an 18-school partnership between Musanze (Rwanda), Zambia and Tanzania.In 2013 we expanded the reach of Connecting Classrooms by building on the success of these clusters, as well as over 200 connections made through our former school linking program called Global School Partnerships.
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