I know it’s about the driest subject imaginable and there is a lot about Rwanda we don’t yet understand, but it’s still a puzzle that these people are falling over themselves to learn accounting.
Behind the scenes here at the Mission Rwanda blog is a little graph which shows the number of pages that visitors have viewed each day.
Imagine the scene. It is Valentine’s night and our evening meal is a bowl of cheese and tomato pasta by candle light. Not that we are at all romantic you understand.
Back in November we posted an item on the blog about our time spent at the Conseil Protestant du Rwanda conference of church leaders (see Bishops in the mountains).
Apart from personal muscle power, the cheapest way of getting around Kigali is by taxi-bus.
The twelve children identified from the daily porridge programme have now moved into accommodation where they are being fed. This is an important step forward for us.
This is the day mothers all over Rwanda have been waiting for with eager anticipation since the beginning of October. The new school term starts today.