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The Founder of Isaro Foundation Gets The "Souls Afire" Honors
April 16th, 2014 Last night, Jean Leon Iragena, the founder and CEO of the Isaro Foundation, was presented the Dr. Darby Ray "Souls Afire" Award by Millsaps College for his altruism, philanthropy and service. The ceremony was held in the United States of America on Millsaps College campus. In (...) Read more
President Robert Pearigen And A Delegation From Millsaps College Will Visit Isaro Foundation Activities In Rwanda This May.
Jackson City, March 14th, 2014 “Rwanda’s efforts, and successes, overcoming adversity in recent years have inspired people and nations around the world. This May, we look forward to seeing Rwanda in person, first-hand” reads a statement from the office of the President of Millsaps College, a (...) Read more
Isaro Foundation Opens A Branch In Burundi
Bujumbura, January 16th, 2014 In order to launch its activities in Burundi, Isaro Foundation conducted a visit to Collège de l’Amitié, also known as St Albert and donated 300 books to the students and the school’s library. The delegation was composed of Jean Léon Iragena, the founder and CEO of (...) Read more
The Founder of Isaro Foundation Speaks at Hope Kids Academy
December 19th, 2013 In the quest of improving reading and writing skills in Rwanda, Jean Leon Iragena, the founder of Isaro Foundation, spoke at Hope Kids Academy at the invitation of the school’s administration. SPEECH AT HOPE KIDS ACADEMY Mister Director, Esteemed Parents and Educators, (...) Read more
The Founder of Isaro Foundation Interview on Marcus Harun Reports
Jean Leon Iragena, the Founder and CEO of the Isaro Foundation talks about the work of Isaro Foundation to Marcus Harun Reports. Read more
For Schools and Libraries Which Need Books
Apply for books: We aim at making Rwanda the most educated nation in Africa by furnishing books to Rwandan schools and Libraries across the country. In order to equip schools’ libraries with enough reading materials, Isaro Foundation started Books2Rwanda in 2012. Generally, Books2Rwanda (...) Read more
The Chronicle Interviews Isaro Foundation Founder Iragena
Chronicle of Higher Education: Jean-Leon Iragena of Millsaps College has started the Isaro Foundation to help his fellow Rwandans read, write, and tell their own history. Based in Washington DC, The Chronicle of Higher Education is the No. 1 source of news, information, and jobs for college (...) Read more
German-Rwanda Writing Competition in English
This writing competition is an exchange between Germany and Rwanda. We are collecting writings from people from Rwanda and Germany. Some texts (writings) will be chosen to be printed in a little book that probably ALL participants will get. In the book we will also have some information about (...) Read more
The Founder of Isaro Foundation Shares His Experience about the Isaro Foundation Work
The Founder of Isaro Foundation Shares His Experience about the Isaro Foundation Work. Click here to watch the video Read more
Isaro Foundation Ranks Number 5 among 20 Most Successful Nonprofits Started by Students in the United States of America
Jean-Léon Iragena – a 22 year old a Millsaps College (USA) student and holder of Rwan­dan Presidential Scholarship – founded Isaro Foundation on October 15, 2011 with the main goal of promoting reading and writing skills in Rwanda. This he did by collecting books in Amer­ica and shipping them to (...) Read more
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