The next four days in Rwanda

I hope you have enjoyed viewing some of the images from the North Berwick Youth Project’s visit to Rwanda in 2012.

Sharing with the local children

Sharing with the local children

Party time! during their visit they held a party for all the children at the school

Party time! during their visit they held a party for all the children at the school. Paige serving crisps

Lauren meets Queenie, a young girl who became very attached.

Lauren meets Queenie, a young girl who became very attached.

Oh dear a vehicle needed a wee push. End of day 5

Oh dear! our vehicle needed a wee push. End of day 5!

Day six

Meeting the children at a street project in Kigali

Meeting the children at a street project in Kigali

Street project kitchen. This project is supported by Comfort Rwanda

Street project kitchen. This project is supported by Comfort Rwanda

Aulsd Laing syne

Auld Lang syne

Day Seven

The map nears completion

The map nears completion

Felix Head Teacher Hope and Faith

Felix Head Teacher Hope and Faith

The school day comes to an end and the children are collected by parents

The school day comes to an end and the children are collected by parents

Day Eight

A safe return after a visit to the local Health Clinic. The Clinic is a four hour walk away from the community. Once there the children were well treated and received the appropriate medicine.

A safe return after a visit to the local Health Clinic. The Clinic is a four hour walk away from the community. Once there the children were well treated and received the appropriate medicine. This was supported by us and the Youth team who helped with the cost of medicine.

Tree of Hope and Friendship completed. Each leaf is a hand print of the team.

Tree of Hope and Friendship completed. Each leaf is a hand print of the team.

Scottish Lass completed.

Scottish Lass completed.

8 days takes its toll. My driving can't be that bad they all slept on the journey home.

8 days takes its toll. My driving can’t be that bad they all slept on the journey home.

 

So we are up to day eight didn’t they do well. This small group of girls are now in love with Rwanda and already planning their return.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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