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Edyna Urezweneza

Edyna’s mom, Immaculee Nyirarekeraho, is from Changugu, an area near the border of Rwanda and Congo. She came to Kigali to work as a house girl a few years ago but was paid very little and when she became pregnant was not able to continue that job. Now she works making paper bags to sell to little shops. Edyna’s father works as a barber.

Edyna is 6 years old. She has not attended any school yet and would love to be able to start pre-school next year.


Grian Ineza

Grian’s mom, Peruth Mukambaraga, is from Kibuye, an area three and a half hours from Kigali. She came to Kigali to work as a house girl a few years ago but was paid very little and when she became pregnant was not able to continue that job. Now she works making paper bags to sell to little shops. Grian’s father works at a market helping to carry heavy loads from trucks the stalls were they are sold.

Grian will be 5 years old in November. She has not attended any school yet and would love to be able to start pre-school next year.


Sharon Komugisha

Sharon is 12 years old and is ?nishing primary school this year. Her mom, Jacqueline Mukarunyange, does not have a consistent job and tries to make ends meet as best she can. Sharon’s dad lives in Uganda and tries to help when he is able. Sharon is the oldest of two children. They live in Giporoso with their mom and their dad visits a couple times a year. Sharon is a good student and is looking forward to the opportunity to continue her education.


Alice Nikuze

D.O.B November 26, 1999

Alice, nicknamed Kazungu, is a young woman with a bright future. She has worked hard in school and dreams of going to University. Kazungu has four siblings and was raised by a single mom. The price of going to University is simply out of their reach. We are looking for four sponsors of $500 USD a year to cover Kazungu’s University fees. Would you consider joining us to make this dream a reality?


Gedeo Kwitonda –Sponsored


Uwimana AliceSponsored


Erik MuhawenayoSponsorez


 

 

 

 

 

 

Farrah UwimanaSponsored


 

Igihozo PriaSponsored

Jille MukunziSponsored

Kevin IshimweSponsored

Kirenga ChristainSponsored

Over 80 lives impacted and still there are many more to reach