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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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Wednesday
Dec312008

An Update on Laki and David

Laki Laki

A healthier happier boy. The hair is coming back and his legs are stronger.

David and Esperance David and Esperance

David is sitting alone and trying to stand.
Thank you for prayers and gifts sent for both of our baby boys and for all the children connected to Urukundo. We shared some of the dolls, marbles and stuffed animals with our neighbors. This was a special day for them because of the gifts you sent. Thank you
Wednesday
Dec312008

Our Visitors in December, 2008

A delegation from People to People A delegation from People to People

We were visited by a delegation out of Canada from People to People on December 1st, getting our month off to a great start.

Adrian Shultz Adrian Shultz

A world biker from Germany stopped and spent three days at Urukundo before continuing his journey South. Adrian started his world trip 8 months ago in his home land Germany and will continue on into North America, Mexico, on to Australia and heading home. I am not sure how all that works. His bike is his transportation. Our boys were very impressed.

Nox Ntuli Nox Ntuli

Noxi is a young lawyer from South Africa. She came to work at Urukundo over her Christmas break from her office. We were so grateful for her help while she was with us.
Wednesday
Dec312008

Progress on the Home for Girls

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The girl's home is still a work in progress. The inside needs shelves, curtains, more tables, etc. The outside needs spouting, a tank to catch and hold water and beautification. God is good and so the girls have a very nice home that will only get better.

Thanks to all who have made this possible.
Wednesday
Dec312008

A Christmas Pageant

To celebrate Christmas, the kids put on a Christmas Pageant. It was great fun as the kids had to do the whole thing with as little adult help as possible. They did an amazing job. It was enjoyed by all.

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I shared with the children the tradition of giving a gift to someone you love and the fun of the tree. Explaining that the tree is part of our culture. They had fun decorating the tree and each receiving a package from mom. The white bags are back packs and flip flops part of school supplies.
Wednesday
Dec312008

Improvements to the Clinic

Thanks to gifts from our partners at Wesley in Bethlehem we now have an exam table and a work station for the microscope.

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