IKAZE IWACU! Welcome Home!

Hello! Muraho! This is my little corner of the Internet, where I talk about Rwandans abroad(in diaspora),highlighting the Rwandan cultural identity for the next generations (first and second Rwandan American generations), connecting with Friends of Rwanda  and more! . I had my first blog in 2009 called “Rwanda Today” but I couldn’t keep it up due to other life’s priorities.

Now, I’m back!

Cultural awareness and tradition play important roles in helping young children develop a positive sense of identity and build self-esteem. Research shows that children raised outside of their parents/caregiver’s place of birth—are likely to have multiple cultural identities.

If you are interested in knowing about Rwanda, looking for some tips about visiting Rwanda, teaching your kids the Rwandan culture or any other resources that I may have ,I am here for you. Please reach out to me if you need to. Your feedback is appreciated and encouraged.

Alexandrine is an IT Business Analyst for one of the top American providers of biopharmaceutical services and global clinical research organization (CRO) .She also worked as a PR & Communications Specialist for one of the top global health organizations headquartered in Washington DC, Population Services International :providing products, clinical services and behavior change communications for the health of people in high-need populations. She has a Bachelor of Science in Business Analytics, University of North Carolina and a Bachelor of Art  in Journalism and Communication from the National University of Rwanda. She is a follower of Jesus Christ, amateur  photographer, wife and mom living near Charlotte, North Carolina ,USA.

Alexandrine Mugisha

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