“I was just hoping for something to allow me to put food on the table and push through life,” recalls Angelique Rusaku on why she opened a grocery store upon arriving in Rwanda’s Kigeme Refugee Camp eight years ago. Fleeing violence in neighboring Congo with $150 USD in savings and a young family to feed, Angelique started small and worked hard. https://globalcompactrefugees.org/article/women-refugee-entrepreneurs-are-pushing-self-reliance-rwanda