Day 2


In front of the new YEGO building, from front to back: YEGO staff member Divine Irakoze, Kae Neufeld and YEGO President Athanasie Mukarutesi Gatera, Carolyn Neufeld and YEGO National Director Emmanuel Gatera.

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 to buy.


Carolyn interviewing students.


Athanasie and Carolyn inside the new YEGO office, discussing past retreats.

After a delicious lunch they met with the women’s leadership team. There will be women from all parts of Rwanda at the retreats, where they will gain the skills to start women’s groups in their local areas. They shared some African tea and lots of laughs, especially over what Rwandans and Canadians have in common – like saying sorry a lot – and the idiosyncrasies of each culture.


Members of the leadership team.


About YEGO Rwanda

YEGO is a Kinyarwanda word meaning YES. YEGO or YES to building a truly loving and hopeful generation in Rwanda. The YEGO Foundation says "YES" to helping support and empower Rwandan orphans to: Heal from trauma Obtain education and develop skills Grow physically and spiritually Unite and reconcile with other Tutsi and Hutu orphans Instil hope for the future
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