Msaada – helping people to help themselves
msaada.org 01747 835023 email@example.com Reg Charity No: 1111819
The word “Msaada” is Swahili and means “help”. It refers to an active type of support.
For example, if you were to meet someone going up a long hill, struggling under a burden, and you took some of the load from them
to help them get to the top of the hill, then this action would be Msaada.
Msaada's support for Rwanda has now passed £3,250,000
Msaada provides the people of Rwanda with the means to live in dignity through self-sufficiency. This is achieved through a dairy cow project, using high-yielding European Friesian-Holstien cows to help people become self-sufficient by selling surplus milk and increasing crop yields by using manure for their fields
Msaada also has education projects assisting the 3,600 student Scolaire Rwamagana "A" pre-school, primary and secondary schools and the Amigo Sports Academy, which currently trains 150 young people in soccer skills