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Rwanda: Some NGOs to find ways of Initiating Self Reliance

In stand of improving good partnership to promote Rwandan families development, Uzabaho Grace Mission (UGM) held a meeting 1 April, 2016 at St Paul-Kigali with an international corporation of local NGOs called United Religions Initiative (URI).

Members of UGM during the meeting held in Kigali.

At the top of this meeting they discussed on how their people should strive for their self development rather than waiting for donors.

Officials from URI advised other officials from Uzabaho Grace Mission, to have members from more than 7 religions in order to become a member of URI.


The purpose behind forming and running this NGO is to endure and promote daily interfaith cooperation so that they can end religious related violence and also to create cultures of peace, promote justice and healing all the human beings.

According to Bisangabagabo Venuste, the Director of UGM said that his NGO is going to follow the advices they have given to become member of URI.

“Official from URI has come here to show us how to work in order to become their member. Even though it is difficult to follow the instructions, I think we shall do all it takes to become a member of URI.” Bisangabagabo added.

What is UGM?

Uzabaho Grace Mission (UGM) is a National non- governmental organization that has been created to connect volunteers in Rwanda.

UGM is a volunteer initiative for anyone who has a heart to help others. Through the broadcasting structure it is a chance for people of all walks of life to help participate in bringing support to countless people.

For the last 3 years, UGM has been involved with sending full-time volunteers to help assist and counsel those who have suffered armed and ethnic conflicts in Rwanda.
For now UGM seeks to teach its people how to strive for self reliance straggling for development, and for bright future.

What does UGM do?

Giving individuals a chance to share their personal experiences, educational and economical challenges.

By Robert Muriisa.

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