My name is Gretta Flora Irakoze, and I am a new intern at Three Mountains, where I received an opportunity to create
We develop e-courses on demand. The only way to get it right is by testing them. We need your help to do this.
That is what I wrote at the start of the new year as a season’s greeting to many people. And, guess what?
The baby is born. The gender training material is ready. There are over 250 images, free to download, five e-courses, exercises and
“You mean competing for just a cup? Three Mountains cups?” Yeah, that’s me asking.“Yes, a cup…” Gerry replies.
In 2016, we started the Rwanda E-learning Network (REN). One of the goals was to get the eLearning Africa conference to Rwanda.
Making an e-course on governance for civil society organisations in Rwanda, is that a good plan? Many people say it is.
It was at the beginning of the week, when we were having lunch together as a team, that we were discussing dishes
I think we have all been in this situation sometimes, where we really want to do something important but lack
When cultures meet, issues arise. Do we understand each other? Do you recognise any of these situations?
It was early 2017, seven months after I graduated in Rural Development and Agribusiness. I saw the advert
When my wife and I came to Rwanda in March 2015, we thought all of Rwanda would have access to fast internet within three years.
We call ourselves “learning advisors”. That is not a very common job title.
Have you ever wondered how household tasks are divided between men and women?
Interesting meetings and boring meetings. I lived through it all. Have you?