Author Archives: YEGO Rwanda
Editors note: This just in from Kae Neufeld, Mackensy Cumin and Susan Dueck who are in Rwanda to help deliver healing retreats to YEGO recipients. It’s so perfect, and has such a beautiful lesson of patience and gratitude, that I … Continue reading
Canadian group arrives in Kigali Dr. Kae Neufeld, Mackensy Cumin and Susan Dueck from Edmonton have arrived in Kigali to help with the important work of YEGO Rwanda. Werner De Jong, pastor at Holyrood Mennonite Church in Edmonton, will be … Continue reading
YEGO youth practising their dance moves Dance, music and drama help youth heal from social isolation, despair and anger which characterize trauma and depression. It is both therapeutic and an income‐generating program, developing skills that can lead to job opportunities. … Continue reading
The annual Christmas party gathers together the vulnerable children and youth sponsored by YEGO Rwanda. It’s a time for them to meet, celebrate Christmas and the end of the year, and make plans for the new year. The 2019 Christmas party … Continue reading
Friend and supporter of YEGO Rwanda, Christine Magill recounts the stories of 10 immigrants in her new book, The Hope that Remains: Canadian Survivors of the Rwandan Genocide. Christine explains why she wrote the book. For many people the thought … Continue reading
YOU ARE INVITED! Come help celebrate and support the work of YEGO Rwanda. You can really make a difference. Event details Friday, November 15, 5:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.St. Andrew’s United Church, 9915 – 148 St., Edmonton 5:30 – 6:30: … Continue reading
It’s been a busy year and YEGO Rwanda has a lot to show for it! Learn all about our ongoing programs and new initiatives. Read the 2019-AnnualReport.
See the May report on YEGO’s computer-assisted learning (CAL) program. Learn about its objectives, outcomes and recommendations.
Students in the computer-assisted learning program are not only learning new skills, they’re also forming friendships and creating community. This week the students took up a collection and threw a party for one of their classmates, Dianne. This program is … Continue reading