CDE Great Lakes. Burundi, Rwanda and D.R Congo 2019

Intensive training 30 students and separately 25 journalists Extensive Business  etc 120 Media 18 on radio and TV. The Francophone Symposium was a series of two-day roundtables where the motto was the interactivity between minds engaged in promoting and defending the ideas of freedom and responsibility in Francophone Africa in […]

The Great Lakes branch of Students for Liberty

“How to Eradicate the Barriers to Prosperity and Opportunity in Burundi, Rwanda and DR Congo” was the topic for the 3rd annual essay contest run by the Great Lakes branch of Students for Liberty and supported by NFS.   Director Aimable Manirakize said that quiz contests were a completely new idea […]

Students for Liberty, Great Lakes Conference, November 2017

Following a very successful inter university quiz contest covering about 18 universities in the three countries of Burundi, Democratic Republic of Congo and Rwanda the finals of this contest involved one team from each country and took place at the Regional Students For Liberty Conference in French-speaking Africa, November 22-23, […]

Burundi, Democratic Republic of Congo and Rwanda

Students for Liberty Burundi was started in 2015 by Aimable Manirakiza who was first introduced to the concept of a free society at an SFL meeting in Kenya in May 2015 where he was given the French version of the CD “Ideas for a Free Society” in both English and […]

Students for Liberty Burundi

Students for Liberty Burundi are led by Aimable Manirakiza  who was first introduced to the concept of a free society at an SFL meeting in Kenya in May 2015 where he was given the CD “Ideas for a Free Society” in both English and French by Alex Njeru.   On returning […]

Burundi

In November 2015 we were approached by Aimable Manirakiza of Students for Liberty in Burundi which is one of the world’s poorest nations and struggling to emerge from a 12 year, ethnic based civil war. People are desperate for a better life and SFL is offering them the solution of […]