The Women's Opportunity Center, located in Kayonza, in Rwanda- the most densely populated country in Africa - is empowering a small community of women by allowing them to dedicate their days to maintaining small subsistence farms in addition to gathering wood and fuel. The site of the new Women’s Opportunity Center, located at a crossroads above a fertile valley, is an ideal arena for architecture that opens a new world of opportunity. The Architects, Sharon Davis Designs, cite the architecture as a nod to lost Rwandan design traditions. Its circular forms radiate outward, from intimate classrooms at the center of the site to a community space, farmer’s market, and the civic realm beyond. It also supports guest lodges, demonstration farms, animal pens and training centres all set around a plaza which showcases a brilliant market where women sell the goods produced at the centre.