Innovative Skills

We offer innovative skill that enhance productivity in their chosen career path.


We repair broken lives and transform them into builders of lives for a great future.


Esther’s Aid graduates are competent, hardworking, resourceful, teachable, humble and God fearing.


We build character and inculcate the Spirit of Excellence that helps students attain higher heights in education and life.

Programs We Offer
Our major program is education, which includes culinary Arts with concentration in the Art of Cooking, Pastry Design, Bakery and Hospitality. 
Here are programs offered at Esther’s Aid:
  • Culinary Arts & Hospitality
  • Diploma in Food Production
  • Bakery, Pastry and Confectionery
The Culinary Arts Program is a 15 months course which includes 4 months internship in Kigali’s finest hotels. Most of our graduates succeed in finding gainful employment in the hotels and other food service and catering industry, We also offer 6 months program in Culinary Arts.
Admission Requirements
Documents required to enroll at Esther’s Aid Culinary Arts School are as follows: 
  • Notified National Exam Results
  • Copy of National ID or Passport
  • A ream of Paper
  • Proof of Medical Insurance
  • Two (2) Passport photographs
  • Non-refundable Registration fee (Rwf 5,000)
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International Top Chefs Visit

Our school is pleased to have received International Top Chefs to train our students to become part of great excellence.
Apply Online to Join Esther’s Aid Culinary Arts School today!
We Also Offer Trainings In
Fashion Design
Students learn the arts of design, pattern and fabric production.
Sewing & Accessories
This program is an economic reintegration project, an initiative of Esther’s Aid to help vulnerable girls take  back their lives with confidence and dignity. Students make  personal accessories; including bags, pouches and scarves.
Knitting is a highly marketable skill. Students knit and produce assortments of sweaters, hats, scarves, knit-wears etc. This is another area of empowering students beneficiaries for a good economy.
They learn entrepreneurship and marketable skills that enable them to become self sustained.