Today we are in Rugende on the eastern outskirts of Kigali to investigate what might be the location for our next project.
No. 10 has hardly been out of the news lately as the saga that is Brexit is reported daily across the front pages.
Today we took a bone-jarring bus ride to Rutonde along the Nyaburongo river which flows towards Kigali from the Virunga mountains in the north west of Rwanda.
In the west it is generally assumed that a child will start school at age five or thereabouts and continue until at least sixteen.
Once again the ladies of Loanhead have been knitting away to produce dozens of sets of baby clothes for Rwanda.
It is Friday and a new school year starts on Monday. Like many in Rwanda we are spending the day paying school fees at the last minute.
It is only three months since we were last here in Kigali and the place is starting to feel like a second home. The evening air as we leave the plane is a pleasant twenty degrees.
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.