Anti-Stigma Poster Project

Partners: Peace Corps, Kigali Hope Association, Rwanda Biomedical Center

Date: May - September, 2014

Location: 25 Districts of Rwanda

This was Kurema’s biggest project in 2014, lasting over 6 months, involving over 70 support partners and reaching 100s of kids in 26 of Rwanda’s 30 districts. Peace Corps, volunteers, peer educators, and community health workers were trained in a series of cascade training events. They were taught to implement arts based health awareness workshops about HIV/AIDS; fighting against stigma and discrimination, and social advocacy.Across the country, students created anti-stigma posters that were submitted and exhibited in a district level competition. Two talented district-level winners were invited to an exciting weekend at the national championship held in Kigali.For some participants, this was their first time traveling from home in a rural province to the capital city; for nearly all participants, it was the first time seeing their artwork displayed in a proper art gallery! The two winning posters were given the honour of being distributed en masse in The New Times newspaper.


Meet Umuhoza, a girl whose passion is art

Umuhoza says it was during an art competition organised by the Kurema, Kureba, Kwiga group two months ago at their school that she came to know about the arts centre...

Kurema, Kureba, Kwiga competition ends on a high

Speaking to The New Times during the event Judith Kaine, the creative director of the Kurema initiative, said a cross section of people contributed to the success of the project...

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