Meet Rwandan-Canadian twins championing free education in Bugesera

Meet Rwandan-Canadian twins championing free education in Bugesera

during a random day event in toronto canada in 2013 when twins justified murphy bukuru and joslin alexandre rutoyi requested for a plot of land from president porquegame so that they can use it for social welfare activities we asked him many times the government of rwanda we probably didn’t go to the right source but i’m sure you are kenya can rwanda provide a land so our canadians we can go and build homes and we want to connect with our roots their request was granted by the head of state this is simple when you go to rwanda as you say you many times do just approach the officials there is the head of rwanda development board there or you could go to the mail all these people do facilitate so it’s a simple thing [Music] through the ronda development board rdb and widget district in 2015 wukuru and wutoyi were given a 2.5 hectare piece of land in a regenerative sector in widasara district since 2017 the land has been put to use where among others an early childhood development center was built and it currently accommodates 87 children the center opened during the 2021-2022 academic year wutoui and wukuru founded the shelter them foundation currently led by jule hijiro he says the center receives and takes care of children free of judge providing them with equipment they need we wanted children from three to six years old to be provided with feeding hygiene education protecting them from violence and giving them the right to play this helps their brain to grow well and faster and able to use their brain when they’re still young on the side of parents whose children are part of the ecd in your junior sector they’re happy with the education their children receive my child now speaks and sings in english they also learn mathematics in both english and king aranda they also fit them and provide them with equipment like books pens shoes and uniforms so the future of our children is bright the fact that my child studies well will help them grow and develop they will continue to secondary schools and higher learning institutions for example if he turns to be a doctor it will be beneficial to me him and many other people the activities initiated by bukuru and wutoyi have provided employment to people of needy families in widasara district paying the school fees and health insurance for my children was a problem i’m now employed and i get paid every month my children are now happy i now get money to cater for my needs josephine murphy bukuru and joslin alexandre boutoe are very grateful to the president of the republic for valuing and granting their request adding that they will continue to play their role in developing their motherland so we just really want to extend our gratitude to the government of rwanda especially his excellence paul kagame the president who gave us the land through our db when he visited we are building rwanda we’re building this community in bugacera that land as of last year we built five homes and families were moving in learn they play and this is really a holistic approach for a child’s development we’re so happy to see them every time we get the reports cards from them it’s incredible and again like shelton’s focus it’s education and capacity building from all the rwandans who are holding um hands with us to rebuild our country so thank you so much in addition to constructing homes for needy families part of this unbuilt land is now being used by two of the cooperatives of the needy community in widasara district where they carry out agriculture josephine murphy bukuru and joslin alexandre boutoyi were born in 1977 they have been living in canada since 1996
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Meet Rwandan-Canadian twins championing free education in Bugesera

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