Aspire Rwanda: The backbone of Gisozi and Rutanga's disadvantaged women

After a five minute drive off Gisozi memorial centre, we enter through a gate next to a sign post with an inscription of Aspire Rwanda. Past a big play ground dotted with childrens' play facilities; I meet a happy woman of light complexion waiting for me at the entrance of the building. She introduces herself as the head of the organisation which runs several activities for disadvantaged women and children.
The New Times
Doreen Umutesi