The Seven Loaves Project is committed to building a vocational center, the teaching of villagers to bake nutritious breads, and building new bread ovens in remote locations throughout Rwanda and other impoverished countries. This is a grassroots project to not only feed the hungry, but also to stimulate communities in vocational training, economic development, and nutrition.
Construction of the Seven Loaves Project vocational center began in October of 2010 in Kibeho. At the vocational center site, the wood fired oven was built in January 2011, by a professional oven builder from New York. Construction of this facility is complete.
Esperanza’s program principles lead toward, and facilitate, community-based sustainable development programs focused especially on benefiting children and their families.
Esperanza will promote and support development policies, strategies and activities that:
It is our policy to provide assistance to those in need, regardless of religious or political persuasion, and that it will not be withheld for lack of certain sectarian, religious or political beliefs.