This is a one-year programme of four classes, mainly iron smelting, pottery, weaving, beading and post cards that study every day from Monday to Friday with a break during common holidays. The Center has the two-core mission: to restore Rwandan youth (orphans and other vulnerable youth) and training these young people on traditional art crafts techniques, skills and knowledge that would late alone be their source of income.
Main achievements from 2016
? Trained students
2016: 35 students trained
2017: 30 students trained
2018: 50 students trained
2019: 70 students
? A cooperative (IGICUMBI CY'AMAHORO) was created, and it has 107 members that were given a space at the Museum whereby they make their aircrafts, sell them at the museum and network with potential customers who could also expand the cooperative's network.
? Production of Miss Rwanda's Crown.
? The cooperative sold their art-crafts at the museum and managed to generate more than 10, 0000,000 Frw.