Blog Posts from Fikiri Nzoyisenga

Fikiri Nzoyisenga

A native of Burundi, Africa, Fikiri is a recognized human rights activist, and the founder, in 2011, of the Youth Coalition Against Gender-based Violence – SEMERERA, an organization that is advocating for the rights of women and children in eighteen rural communities in Burundi. His passion is helping women in disadvantaged communities and he is develoted to gender equality. His efforts led to Fikiri's selection as a Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders in... Read more

Posted by Fikiri Nzoyisenga on
Thu, 01/14/2016
Students Rebuild is honored to share this guest blog post from Fikiri Nzoyisenga from Burundi, Africa. In Part II of this two-part series, Fikiri completes the story of how he survived and thrived... Read more
Posted by Fikiri Nzoyisenga on
Thu, 01/14/2016
Students Rebuild is honored to share this guest blog post from Fikiri Nzoyisenga from Burundi, Africa. In Part I of a two-part series, Fikiri shares the story of his childhood, in which he and his... Read more
Posted by Fikiri Nzoyisenga on
Wed, 06/10/2015
We love hearing from our Students Rebuild Literacy Challenge teams! Today we’re pleased to share a guest blog from a very special young man who has participated in three Students Rebuild Challenges!... Read more
Posted by Fikiri Nzoyisenga on
Mon, 05/20/2013
The following is a guest blog sent to Students Rebuild from Nzoyisenga Fikiri, of Burundi. It is published with his permission. "My name is Nzoyisenga Fikiri. I am from Bujumbura, Burundi, Eastern... Read more