where we work

 
 
Selling individual rolls by foot in Bumba, Rwanda. 

Selling individual rolls by foot in Bumba, Rwanda. 

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urban

Kigali, rwanda

As our first official bakery in Rwanda, the Kigali bakery is about two years old. Currently 11 women work at this bakery and all have quadrupled their incomes.

For more information about visiting the bakery and buying our bread, email Julie Greene

 

 

rural

bumba, rwanda

Situated on top of a hill overlooking Lake Kivu in the Western Province, the Bumba bakery employs XX women, six days a week. This bakery is poised to attract community members and travelers alike with a wide variety of baked goods and prime location.

 

 

peri-urban

ndera, rwanda

About 30 minutes outside of Kigali, our Ndera bakery employs eight women six days a week. This rural bakery produces and sells about 1,500 pieces of bread a week.

 

 

peri-urban

Kagina, rwanda

About 45 minutes outside of Kigali, our Kagina bakery is one of our smallest, but mightiest bakeries. Currently, five women work six days a week, selling approximately 200 pieces of bread a day just to the local government school. This bakery is growing fast.

 

 

urban

Bukoba, tanzania

Nestled in hills on the outskirts of Bukoba town, the Bukoba bakery was our first bakery in Tanzania. We partnered with Microfinancing Partners in Africa and the Bukoba Women’s Empowerment Association in late 2013 and launched this bakery in the spring of 2014. Three women currently work at this bakery and sell XX breads to their nearby school nursery.

 

 

rural

kemondo, tanzania

The Kemondo bakery is one of TWB’s success stories. This bakery is an independent “spin-off” bakery launched by a graduate of our Bukoba training, Sister Nera. This bakery is small with two to three women employees and operates sporadically.