February 2017

Talbot Jones Risk Solutions

I found out today that Salha Kaitesi has been nominated as Role Model of the Year in the Women4Africa awards. Having heard her speak about founding her Not-for-Profit Beauty of Rwanda recently, I am not at all surprised.

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December 2016

Fabs Culture

ou probably already know that I like my accessories African. These particular ones are quite special because they are handmade made with love from the women that…

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Umusare

Abagore baboha uduseke, imitako, udukomo,inkangara…biyemeje gufasha Leta muri gahunda ya Made in Rwanda, mu guhaza abanyarwanda bakenera ibikoresho bibohwa n’intoki kandi bikozwe ku buryo bugezweho.

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The New Times Rwanda

Local female musical duo of Charly and Nina will entertain guests at the ‘Moving her Forward’ dialogue, an event that advocates for women empowerment and gender equality.

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October 2016

The New Times Rwanda

Men are key partners in gender equality pursuit- Salha Kaitesi

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September 2016

Kayitesi uba mu Bwongereza yifashishije Charly na Nina mu gikorwa cyo guteza imbere ababyeyi baboha uduseke

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January 2016

The New Times Rwanda

Ruhango women to hone skills in handicraft trade.

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September 2014

The New Times Rwanda

Ruhango women, exporter join hands to fight poverty.

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March 2014

 The New Times Rwanda

Never sacrifice who you are, Beauty of Rwanda founder tells women.

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AfroElle Magazine

Kenya based AfroElle Magazine profiles four Rwandan change makers (one of them is our founder Salha Kaitesi) ; talking about their dreams for Rwanda in their March ART issue which celebrates women of heritage on every page.

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February 2014

Women4Africa.com

We are pleased to inform you that the organising committee of Women4Africa have selected Beauty of Rwanda’s Salha Kaitesi to receive a ‘Recognition Award’ for her outstanding contributions/achievements at this years’ Women4Africa Awards UK 2014.

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March 2013

Olorisupergal.com

The theme of this years’ international womens day is a pledge to end violence and abuse against women. UN research has has revealed that about 603 million women currently face the risk of domestic violence. Close to 70 per cent of…

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February 2013

Women4Africa.com

Women4Africa 2013 finalists are unvailed by the independent selection panel. Salha Kaitesi is nominated in three categories; UK Humanitarian of the Year, Role model of the Year and Inspirational woman of the Year.

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July 2012

Vuvuzela Magazine

“Picking up the pieces” A very common figure of speach used daily. But what is the real meaning behind these four words? Well, the dictionary meaning is simple: to try to repair emptional, financial or any other damage done to one’s life.

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June 2012

AfroElle Magazine

For our special anniversary issue feature, we set out to put together our first ever listing of ‘Top 35 Under 35’ Once we put the word out to our readers to single out these phenomenal women, the response was overwhelming. The best part…

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April 2012

Safe World for Women

Salha Kaitesi founded Beauty of Rwanda in April 2010. Based in the UK, the company is an online social enterprise offering poverty-stricken Rwandese women weavers a way of earning an income to feed their families.

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January 2012

One.org

The hard working men and women of Rwanda inspired Salha Kaitesi to start her business, Beauty of Rwanda. She came across the basket weavers and after talking with them and she knew they were the ones she wanted to help out the most.

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December 2011

Africa on the Blog

Africa diaspora at work awards celebrate the work of africa diaspora who contribute to the development of the continent. The winner of the award Salha Kaitesi was selected by readers of Africa on the Blog. She took time out of her busy schedule…

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August 2011

Ethnic Supplies

Salha Kaitesi is the founder of Beauty of Rwanda an online enterprise working with basket weavers in her native Rwanda. Like the team here at Ethnic Supplies. Salha believes in empowering African women through business. Our paths…

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July 2011

Diasporan Darlings

Rwanda, “The land of a thousand hills” is beautiful; it’s a country that is draped by an abundance of rolling green steep hills and rocky mountains. It only makes sense that Salha Kaitesi is as beautiful as her homeland. She is a…

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May 2011

Anagram Of A Gazing Eye

Salha Kaitesi is a mother, a wife and an entrepreneur with a passion of making a difference, especially to the women from the land of a thousand hills. Yes I said women. Don’t we all owe part of our lives to the ladies? Yes we do. The ladies are part…

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April 2011

The New Times Rwanda

The hard working men and women of Rwanda inspired salha Kaitesi to start her business. She came across basket weavers in Rwanda and after talking with them, she knew they were the ones she wanted to help out the most. Basket…

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March 2011

Media Club South Africa

It’s taken a long time for the Agaseke, the renowned Rwandan traditional basket , to secure a regular income for groups of rural women in the country. Salha L Kaitesi, a Rwandan entrepreneur based in the UK, has created a platform for her fellow…

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February 2011

Ayohcee

Salha Kaitesi is the founder of the UK-based online business Beauty of Rwanda. Being of Rwandese extraction, she decided in late 2010 to start a business that provides an online platform for her compatriots to sell traditional crafts to the wider world in a way…

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January 2011

Amakuru

Dear friends, We begin other challenge, this is to present to the world that Rwandans have to reveal. Why invest in Rwanda? This is our quest for the next posts! So everyone’s help is very important! Our first contributor is the creator of the Beauty of Rwanda.

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Afrinnovator

We recently wrote about Beauty of Rwanda, a Rwandan startup that aims to sell Rwandan crafts online. We caught up with the founder of the site, Salha Kaitesi to find out a bit more about the site, the motivation behind it and what her hopes are for Rwanda in term…

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Amakuru

Hello friends, As we said before, every time we think and research about Rwanda, we have a new surprise. Each day we wish to discover more and more about this incredible country! We ask that our dear bloggers, comment your questions, suggestions and even mistakes…

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Afrinnovator

We came across an interesting website “Beauty of Rwanda” founded by Salha Kaitesi that aims to promote Rwandan crafts by providing an online market for Rwandan hand crafters while preserving Rwandan culture for the next generation:

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The New Times Rwanda

The much revered Rwandan traditional crafts can now be obtained online after a UK-based company launched a website where clients can purchase a range of products which can then be sent to them from wherever they are around the world. The Newcastle-based company, Beauty of Rwanda…

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Umuseke

Beauty of Rwanda: Uduseke I Newcastle mu bwongereza

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