As we head towards the end of the fiscal year (and rainy season!) in Rwanda, our UK Operations Manager, Janyis Watson, has written an excellent round up of our most recent successes, as well as reflecting on where we are headed next! Please enjoy our latest newsletter! RA Newsletter Spring 2019 … Continue reading News from our UK Operations Manager: Spring 2019
On Friday, 24th May 2019 a celebrity cricket match took place on ‘The Head’ at Tonbridge School in order to raise money for our latest project, The Alivera Centre. The day was a tremendous success! First, we were treated to a delicious lunch served by our caterer Juliet Bidwell and her team. After this, we … Continue reading A day of cricket to remember raises 35K!
Did you know that one of our key aims for the children and young people with disability who we support at Ngwino Nawe, is to arm them with the necessary skills and knowledge to deal with life after they leave our centre? This month, the older children have participated in training to help them understand … Continue reading News from our Rwandan Managers: March 2019
All of our projects in Rwanda continue to make progress – classrooms are being built, teachers are being trained, lessons are being observed, new children are being welcomed to our centre for street children and enterprise projects are being appraised. All of these things are vital ingredients in the success of our work in Rwanda … Continue reading News from our Rwandan Managers: February 2019
Sally Chaplin, wife of our CEO, David, has recently returned from a visit to our projects. She was able to support our Operations Manager, Janyis Watson, in finding a new manager for our new ‘Alivera Project’ and spend some time visiting our other projects. She even caught up with some old friends. Please enjoy her … Continue reading News from our UK Managers: Sally Chaplin’s visit, February 2019
The New Year has got off to a busy start in Rwanda! We started the year by paying a visit to Colette, a widow living with her 6 children on Nkombo Island. Nine years ago we found them living in one small shelter after their home was destroyed in an earthquake. We built her a … Continue reading News from our Rwandan Managers: January 2019