Samuel Munderere is passionate about international development work and improving the lives of vulnerable people. He has a profound understanding of the issues faced by women and children in Rwanda and extensive experience of programmes that seek to empower them and transform their lives. Sam has worked with Survivors Fund (SURF) Rwanda for the last 13 years. He has particular experience in managing educational and counselling projects and has led a programme supporting 850 youth born of genocide rape. He has also coordinated SURF’s provision of counselling programmes for their mothers. In his career he has developed an array of livelihoods projects including ground-breaking initiatives to introduce solar lights, solar cookers, clean stove cookers, water purifiers and donkeys to Rwanda. Samuel holds a Masters in International Development Management from the University of Westminster (London, UK) and a Bachelors degree in Social Worker and Social Administration from Bugema University.