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01747 835023

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Msaada was established in 2005 in the Blackmore Vale area of North Dorset/South Wiltshire, to help Rwandans in the east of the country rebuild their lives following the catastrophic 1994 genocide, through self-sustainable development projects and education.

The group was founded with the support of Fergal Keane of the BBC who reported on the atrocities in Rwanda in 1994 which left about one million dead and millions of lives in ruins.

Msaada is a registered INGO in Rwanda and works with the Rwanda Agriculture Board, Rwamagana A School, and the Rwamagana District to ensure that our work is in line with the goals the country has for its people. 

Msaada seeks to establish self-sustaining livestock projects to encourage prosperity, development and growth. Msaada's principal activity is a 10 year dairy cow project (see for full details).

Msaada provides support on the basis of the need, and capacity, of the local people.

Support is not based on ethnic, religious or political considerations.

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