Jessica is a Rwandan-French educator, and the Vice President of Ibuka France.
She has earned recognition for fighting againt the denial of the Genocide Against the Tutsi across Europe. Jessica’s activism exposed promoters of the genocide denial ideology, denouncing their tactics and educating on the dangers and injustice of genocide denial.
Ms Mwiza advocates for awareness of the history of The Genocide against The Tutsi in schools, universities and conferences.
Moses is a Rwandan entrepreneur. He founded the Moshions Fashion House, which promotes Made in Rwanda art and fashion through his collections.
Since 2015, Moses’ award-winning brand has produced collections that celebrate Rwanda’s eclectic culture with a fusion of ancient motifs with contemporary designs.
Moses has contributed widely to advancing the Rwandan industry, through his mentorship of upcoming fashion artists and creating over 100 jobs.
Nadege is a Rwandan, and Harvard PhD in Children Immunophathologies sice 2019.
She has conducted a research “The role of myeloid cells and microRNAs in the pathophysiolohy of juvenile idiopathic arthritis and septic arthritis” Nadege’s research has enabled her to foster international networks with researchers from different countries.
She is planning to carry out similar research projects and establish care centers in Rwanda, and train Rwandan researchers with the help of immunopathology experts.
Yves is a Rwandan Volleyball player whose international career started at the age of 19.
Yves has played in Turkey, Bulgaria, and currently in the UAE.
He was one of the most outstanding players in the last CAVB African Championship, and helped Rwanda to finish in the 6th position.
His remarkable talent, determination and athleticism earned him the social media hashtag of #YvesYimanyeURwanda
Nelly is a Rwandan entrepreneur and the founder of the Tropical Brewery and Winery Ltd. Her company produces aloe-vera based hand sanitizers.
She is recognized for her work in fighting the spread of Covid-19, through the production and sale of 1000 liters of hand sanitizer a month.
Despite losing both her parents and some of her siblings in the 1994 Genocide Against The Tutsi, Ms Uwineza managed to pursue her goals. She has become a successful entrepreneur and a custodian of her younger sibling.
RYVCP is a local organisation that gathers 416,000 youth volunteers across the country since 2013, RYVCP has built 914 houses, planted about 700,000 trees and paid the Community Health Insurance (MUSA) of 2,412 families.
Contributing to the effort against the spread of Covid-19, RYVCP deployed 20,887 youth volunteers countrywide, to support the government in food packaging and distribution, and assisting the local government in reinforcing COVID-19 preventive measures in public spaces.