The Association aims to keep afloat the ties between Rwandans at home and those living in the West Midlands as well as keeping the Rwandan culture alive by organizing cultural events for both Rwandans and friends of Rwanda by encouraging Rwandan children to learn their language and culture.

The community also strives to ensure that the young generation is aware of our history, people, traditions, beliefs, family values, social, traditional costumes, marriage, life, rituals and ethnic relations.

We believe that the Rwandan culture is highly enriched and our aim is to make sure that we only not make the new generation aware of this but also to share our heritage with the indigenous people within the society we live in.

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