NARC IS THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF RWANDAN COMMUNITIES IN THE UNITED KINGDOM

To build a thriving, prosperous, and united Rwandan community in the UK.

To serve as the umbrella organisation for all consenting associations representing the Rwandan community in the UK.

To assist in the creation of strong and cohesive Rwandan communities in the UK.

To increase the capacity and skills of local community leaders.

To promote skills and social entrepreneurship in women and youths. Developing their skills, competencies, and capabilities.

To promote cultural and mother tongue education to preserve Rwandan identity.

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Welcome to the NARC website, the national platform for the views, objectives, and activities of the majority of Rwandan community associations and diaspora in the United Kingdom. Our traditional greeting is a massive and warm hug and a strong handshake passionately shouted HOBEEE. We hope that our website can transmit that Rwandan warm, welcoming attitude on behalf of all.
Our purpose is to give you, the reader, a sense of the structure and mapping of the Rwandan diaspora in the United Kingdom, as well as to share our passion for always standing as all humans, the Rwandan values known as AGACIRO shining through our activities and contributions to the UK society we live in, and most importantly, to leave a legacy of the true narrative of our journeys on this planet.

Our purpose is to give you, the reader, a sense of the structure and mapping of the Rwandan diaspora in the United Kingdom, as well as to share our passion for always standing as all humans, the Rwandan values known as AGACIRO shining through our activities and contributions to the UK society we live in, and most importantly, to leave a legacy of the true narrative of our journeys on this planet.

We can’t stress enough how important it is for you, our valued reader, to learn more about who we are and what we do by approaching any of the regional community leaders listed on this page, and rest certain that you will be greeted by the Hobee that can only be found in a Rwandan soul.

Warm Regards,
Jabo Butera, NARC Chairman

 

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15 Aug 2021
Meeting

UMUGANURA

August 15, 2021 @ 15:00 - 18:00
ZOOM
18 Jul 2021
Meeting

Mum’s Dialogue

July 18, 2021 @ 15:00 - 18:00
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