Rwanda Works was created by Josh Ruxin, also the founder of Access Project (2002), with the support of Rob Glaser and Jeffery Sachs. The goal of the Access Project was to improve health care in Rwanda by increasing management capacity at health centers. On the other side, Rwanda Works was established to implement infrastructure projects.
Rwanda Works begins construction on the first state-of-the-art health center in the Gashora sector in the Eastern Province of Rwanda.
Rwanda Works was rebranded as Health Builders to fully encompass the three pillars of mentoring and education, infrastructure and technology and equipment under one umbrella.
Health Builders installs an oxygen plant at the Ruhengeri Hospital in the Northern Province of Rwanda providing more than 3.5 million Rwandans with medical oxygen.
Health Builders continues to be a vital part of the Rwanda health system under the leadership of Michel Musilikare, a Rwandan national, and his staff of Rwandan-based professionals.