Monthly Archives: February 2019
Today included a visit to the genocide museum. What a sobering place. 250,000 of the nearly one million people killed are buried here. One theme that came through is that survivors who were betrayed by neighbours, friends, and the church … Continue reading
Carolyn met with five more students today as well as the facilitator for computer-assisted learning. The possibilities are exciting!
The group met at the YEGO office where Carolyn spent time with four students, talking about their knowledge of computers and their dreams for the future. This information is important to make decisions regarding curriculum and the type of computers … Continue reading
Kae Neufeld, member of the YEGO Canada Support Team, and her daughter Carolyn arrive in Kigali safely after more than 30 hours in transit. They’re delighted to find +25C temperatures, versus -25C back in Canada. Seen here enjoying an afternoon … Continue reading
Athanasie Gatera and the women from Zone A are enjoying eating maize flowers together. Sharing maize is culturally significant. It symbolizes a united people meeting together to share experiences and celebrate life. Update: Athanasie gathered the women from Zone A … Continue reading