On the last Saturday of every month, Rwandans join together in service to make their community a better place. This practice is called Umuganda, a Kinyarwanda word which means 'coming together in common purpose to achieve an outcome'.
In honor of this day of service, we want to thank all of you, who, inspired by Rwanda’s rebuilding and rebirth, came together with us to support the Maranyundo Girls School over the years. You saw in this idea hope and opportunity for young women and for Rwanda.
TOGETHER we are building the new Library and Science Lab ​Building​. This completes the High School.  By next year, ​there will be a ​total annual enrollment ​of​ 360 ​girls. 
TOGETHER we will continue to provide access to excellent education to even the most economically vulnerable girls in Rwanda.
Thank you for joining ​u​s​ in this effort​.  

TOGETHER we are Maranyundo Umuganda!
​Perhaps you will c​ome visit Rwanda​ and see for yourself​!

Maranyundo Girls School is planning a Grand Re-Opening for the High School of Science and Technology for either October 2017 or June 2018 in Rwanda (Exact Date TBD). Please contact us if you would like more information and to stay updated about this trip! See for yourself what is happening in the country and on campus. Meet fellow supporters, parents, teachers, staff and meet some of the incredible students. We hope you can join us!
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Here is some Maranyundo News you may have missed.....
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Yale Young African Scholars! 
Three S5 students at Maranyundo have been selected to participate in this year’s Yale Young Africa Scholars (YYAS) program. Yale Young African Scholars is a seven-day, residential program for African secondary school students Read More....
We are now accepting Teaching Fellow applications for the 2017 school year! 
Know a recent college grad or retiree who is looking for a new adventure? As a Teaching Fellow, you will spend at least one school year (January-November) at the Maranyundo School, providing support to teachers and assistance to students in English, STEM or college prep support. Apply Now...
Memorial Tribute to Ann Pollina
The Maranyundo Initiative is saddened ​to share with you news of the ​death of Ann Pollina, a lifelong advocate for girls’ ​STEM ​education, ​a ​founding ​Maranyundo ​Board Member, and a steadfast ​visionary for the curriculum and culture of Maranyundo Girls School as a school of Read More....
Maranyundo Star Students are the Top Two Students in Rwanda and ​​All Students Pass with Distinction​! 
The 2015 middle school national exam results were recently announced in Kigali, Rwanda. Not only did every one of the 60 Maranyundo students rank in Read More....
Alice wins 2015 East African Community Essay Competition
Out of the 5 finalists, her essay was chosen as the first place essay in the competition at the 
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A Visit from Maranyundo Girls School Graduates

Trinity Church in Concord, MA was thrilled to have two graduates, Pacifique Mugabo and Martine Uwera, from the Maranyundo Girls School in Rwanda visit us Read More...

Parent Visit Day

February 28th was Parent Visit Day at Maranyundo! The day started with a PTA meeting. PTA board members and Sister Juvenal made some presentations about the school, including updates and introduction of teachers. Read More...
Massachusetts Episcopal Diocese Grant to support Maranyundo Girls School
Trinity Episcopal Church, a long time supporter of the Maranyundo Girls School, applied for a $25,000 Massachusetts Episcopal Diocese grant to support the school. Read More...
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