Mbabatze is a young girl who is being supported by Loanhead Church.
We could have sworn it was an electrical shop we were in, but this is Africa and we have learnt long before now just to go with the flow.
We discovered a piece of Rwandan technology yesterday for the first time when we visited Mama Melissa at her house.
Followers of the blog will know of our friend, translator and minder, Steven. We first met him shortly after arriving in Rwanda almost ten years ago.
The origins of world cooperative movements stretch back as far as 1498 when the Shore Porters Society was established in Aberdeen.
Despite being one of the smallest countries in Africa, Rwanda could never be accused of shyness in asserting itself on the international stage.
The posters on the walls at Scripture Union are new. Ebola, until now, has been a west African problem and if the news headlines are to be believed has been more or less contained.
Today is the first visit of this trip to our porridge project in Rutonde.