Rwanda Promotes Reading Culture Through Competition

viagra buy geneva;”>cure sans-serif;”>This is a partnership between The Ministry of Sport and Culture through Rwanda Library Services and Isaro Foundation in collaboration with the American Embassy of Rwanda.

The competition is to promote, sustain the culture and sensitize Rwandans on reading and writing, and raising awareness on the key role of students in promoting reading and writing.

It also intends to promote and sustain a competitive spirit in young Rwandans, boost a spirit of partnership within institutions sharing the same goals and empower the reading and writing clubs created by Isaro in secondary schools.

This competition involves seventeen reading clubs representing their schools.


The awards will be given to the five winning clubs and they will benefit all the members of the club. The competition clubs were created by Isaro foundation and Rwanda Library Services through the initiative of developing reading culture.

According to a report released by Rwanda Ministry of Sports and Culture on Thursday, the contestants will write on a topic chosen by the jury and oral presentation will follow writing. “The jury is composed of five people who have experience in writing and reading programs some are lecturers, writers, teachers, one representative of Isaro foundation and one representative of U.S embassy in Rwanda,” it reads.

“This is an event Rwanda Library Services has been waiting for and the students are eager to improve on their reading and writing skills through this competition,” said Minister of Sports and Culture.

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