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A Note for New Readers

Urukundo Village is an independent home for Rwandan children created and funded through Hope Made Real and its incredibly kind donors. We are not funded by any particular denomination or organization and welcome all who seek to help the children of Rwanda and create a better world not just for a child, but for us all. 

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Friday
Mar302018

March 2018 Newsletter

Do you remember the stone path in an article in the March 2012 newsletter? Look it up.
It still applies today in March 2018 as it did in 2012.

The stone path has grown from five stones to many stones and has been moved to the outside boundary to have enough space. It is a great way to honor contributions to education.

Help us continue to provide quality education where it is needed most. We will build a new path to the secondary school (high school) with your stone and a substantial gift of $1,000 or more for construction of the school.

The amount needed for the new high school for more than 700 students is very high ñ US$300,000. No one church and most individuals cannot afford such a gift, but if all could give what they can afford, it would be a big help in reaching our goal of providing quality education to the vulnerable children in Rwanda.

Give from your heart. Help to build the future.

Mama

Friday
Mar302018

Never again

April is the month dedicated to remembering the genocide of 1994.

Pray for continued peace in Rwanda and wherever persecution, heartache and strife exist.

We come together in love to make it a HOPE MADE REAL.

Friday
Mar302018

Beautiful country.

Beautiful people from many walks of life come together in unity and love at Urukundo.

Friday
Mar302018

On the lighter side

Barber does house calls. You are brave, Amy.
Volunteer Amy Dove meets the barber. I would say she has a new hairdo, but I think it is just a cut. It keeps her hair out of her eyes.

Friday
Mar302018

Newest graduate

Giselle, our latest graduate from secondary school, will start University of Tourism, Technology and Business in May. Congratulations, Giselle!

This will give us 13 attending university. I am so grateful to all sponsors and those who donate for higher education. Without you, this would not be possible.