When children see themselves in books, their creativity and curiosity is boosted, they learn faster and they are more prone to succeed in their classes.
African children need to see themselves doing great things so that they can believe in their own endless potential and possibilities.
When children see themselves in books, their creativity and curiousity is boosted they learn faster and they are more prone to succeed.
African children, especially girls, need to see themselves doing great things so that they can believe in their own endless potential.
Rwanda's first collection of customized books for Children between ages 0-6. The books take children around different touristic destinations in Rwanda such as the National Park of Akagera, Volcanoes National Park, Cranes Village Park and other exciting places to discover while surrounded and having fun with wild animals. These books are printed on demand book that features the name of your child throughout the story letting the child to be part of the whole adventure.
by Karen Bugingo.
by Kelly Burke-Betten and Dominique Alonga.
by Claver Irakoze
by Dominique Uwase Alonga.
Chief Executive Officer & Founder
Dominique Uwase Alonga is an award-winning leader committed to improving the education and skills of her fellow Africans. She founded Imagine We Rwanda with the mission of empowering Rwanda's reading and creative writing culture.
Sandrine Bwiza is a World Bank Blog for Developement 2019 winner. She is currently the finance officer of Imagine We Rwanda where she joined since its inception in 2015.
Logistics & Finance Officer
Aaron Migaywa is a fun and dynamic young man working as a Logistics and Finance Officer.
Sales and Marketing Lead
Lina is a young woman passionate about creative writing and early childhood development. Lina works as the Sales and Marketing Lead at Imagine We Rwanda.
Phyllis Njoki Macharia is an enthusiastic young woman and energetic team member of the the Sales and public relations department.