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Meet our new Rwanda Program Director, Dativah!

We are pleased to introduce our amazing new Rwanda Program Director, Dativah! Dativah is one inspiring woman- she ran for parliament in her local district and is a passionate advocate for women. We feel so fortunate to have her on our team!

Name: Dativiah
Education: BAA and MBA in Strategic Management
Experience: Finance Administration, Strategic Planning and Planning, […]

By |July 24th, 2014|Blog, girls’ education, Komera Scholar, Rwanda, Stories, Uncategorized|0 Comments

A Call for Collaboration: Strength in Numbers (and Tweet)

With the World Cup ending and Germany winning the title, #Gotze was the trending hashtag of last week. This past spring #BringBackOurGirls had its fifteen minutes of fame after the world learned of the Nigerian girls’ abduction by Boko Haram, an Islamist extremist, from their school. It was not the first, and definitely not the […]

By |July 15th, 2014|girls’ education|0 Comments

Look who’s running with us!

Kate D. Levin holds an MPA in International Development from Harvard University, is a renowned top model and a passionate activist. She is a co-founder of Komera and sits on Komera’s Board of Directors. Currently, she works for the non-profit organization, Code REDD.

1. How did you first learn about Komera and what inspired you […]

By |June 5th, 2014|Komera Global Run|0 Comments

NYC Komera Global Run Fundraiser!

Thank you to all who came out to support us at the Komera Global Run Fundraiser at Avenue Nightclub!

By |June 3rd, 2014|events, Fundraising, Komera Global Run|0 Comments

Look who’s running with us!

To say Julie Henderson is an accomplished woman would be an understatement. Julie is an accomplished businesswoman, a co-founder of the non-profit Curves for Change and an extremely successful IMG plus-size model. Despite her busy schedule, we were able to sit down with Julie and to ask her why she is not only participating, but […]

By |May 23rd, 2014|Komera Global Run|0 Comments

My Rwanda

Each time I return to Rwanda, the experience feels brand new. Whether I’m seeing the country through the eyes of a new visitor, brainstorming ideas for new programs or introducing my daughter to a whole new world, I continue to be amazed, humbled and taught new lessons on a daily basis. Nothing can ever replace […]

By |February 3rd, 2014|Rwanda|0 Comments

Building the future of Rwanda together

Dear fellow KOMERA Supporters,

During this festive season, I’m reminded of how fortunate and blessed I am to be here today. As a 22-year old Rwandan, and as a recent Babson College graduate, I represent the less than 1% of women in my country who have had the opportunity to travel to the United States, and […]

By |February 3rd, 2014|KOMERA Intern|0 Comments

Phenomenal 5th Grader, Riley, talks about the importance of girls’ education!

The following blog post was written, all on her own, by fifth grader Riley Block and forwarded to us for our website and e-newsletter. Thank you so much, Riley! Your writing inspires us, and we’re glad you’re part of our global network of strong and courageous girls.
The Komera Project
Leadership, and Knowledge is a very important […]

By |September 16th, 2013|Fundraising|0 Comments



By |September 6th, 2013|Rwanda, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Reflections from Rwanda – Sara Lev

Sara Lev, a rising senior, travelled to Rwanda in June with The Komera Project. She spent a week working with the Komera Scholars and learning about Rwanda.
Going to Rwanda with Margaret and other supporters of the Komera Project was unbelievable. Meeting other supporters, the scholars, learning about Rwandan culture and history as well as […]

By |August 16th, 2013|Reflections from Rwanda, Rwanda|0 Comments