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Isaro Foundation Founder Pays Tribute to Nelson Mandela
Statement: 004/2013 Status: For Immediate Release Jackson, December 5th, 2013 Today, December 5th, 2013 marks a historical loss for the African continent and the World. Tears alone cannot express the sorrow we feel - and will continue to feel- at the absence of the father of African freedom. (...) Read more
Authors, publishers hampered by the absence of ISBN in Rwanda
The International Standard Book Number (ISBN) is a unique numeric commercial book identifier based on the unique digits for book publishers and booksellers. The initially 10-digit ISBN format was developed by the International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO) and was published in 1970 as (...) Read more
Rwandan Schools to Receive 42,000 Books, Valued at Half A Million Dollars, from Isaro Foundation
September 20th, 2013 In the quest of improving reading and writing skills in Rwanda, Isaro Foundation has been shipping books to Rwanda. The number of shipped books between November 2011 and May 2013 is estimated at 16,000, a number that Isaro Foundation has always considered like a ‘drop in a (...) Read more
Facts about the NUR Bookshop closure
In The New Times issue of September 10th 2013, an opinion entitled “When the national university’s bookshop became a food store” was published, authored by Mr. Stephen Mugisha. The main point of the article can be summed up in the allegation made by the author, and I quote: “…NUR found it (...) Read more
When The National University’s Bookshop Became A Food Store
“This will never be a civilized country until we expend more money for books than we do for chewing gum”, by Albert Hubbard. This great quotation from Hubbard is still relevant today as it was at his time. The quality of civilisation and development we envisage and dream about is inextricably (...) Read more
Message On The International Literacy Day
September 8th, 2013 Today, Rwanda and the world celebrate the international Literacy day. This occasion is a precious opportunity to recognize the benefits and impact of literacy on our daily lives as a nation whose goals perquisite education. Literacy has always been a tool for many (...) Read more
Isaro Foundation Rwanda Gets a New Leadership
September 1st, 2013 Isaro Foundation Rwanda’s new leadership team takes office this September 1st, 2013: states the official statement from the Chief Executive Officer of Isaro Foundation. The new leadership team which takes office today was elected on August 13th in Kibuye during a yearly (...) Read more
Govt attributes improved literacy ranking to adult education campaign
Rwanda was this week ranked among top 20 countries in Africa that are most dynamic performers in the promotion of literacy programmes, by a report African Economist magazine. The list, published on Monday, gives a snapshot of how 52 African economies have managed to reduce illiteracy levels. (...) Read more
Literacy Rate in African Nations
Country and Literacy Rate 1. Zimbabwe 90.70 2. Equatorial Guinea 87.00 3. South Africa 86.40 4. Kenya 85.10 5. Namibia 85.00 6. Sao Tome and Principe 84.90 7. Lesotho 84.80 8. Mauritius 84.40 9. Congo, Republic of the (...) Read more
Isaro Foundation Sponsors ELE Rwanda Summer Camp
As one of the organizations that have welcomed ELE Rwanda initiative, Isaro Foundation was honored to be a sponsor of ELE Rwanda summer camp which will take place in Kicukiro in Rwanda. The agreement between both organizations on the sponsorship was made by their CEOs this Monday, June 24th. (...) Read more
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