Startedin 1995, Umuhoza Programme aimsat building capacity of vulnerable girls and women in vocational training on tailoring, serigraphy, graphic design and sewing as a way of tacklingpoverty.

This programme was created in 1995, right after the 1994 Tutsi Genocide to help girls and women survivor move past their struggle and create small income generating activities. In addition to entrepreneurship skills, students in Umuhoza benefit from other Girl Guides programmes in health, financial literacy and lifeskills.

So far, Umuhoza has conducted trainings to 39 cohorts, who are amazing changing their lives and their families. Umuhoza has classes in AGR National Centre, in Gikondo, KicukiroDistict.