We have decided to provide mosquito nets, locally called 'supanetis' for our Rutonde children. We needed a sackfull and more than would go into a couple of backpacks.
Three years ago we visited the community of Rutonde for the first time. One of the first people we met was an elderly widow living on the hillside above the road to Kigali.
With support from Loanhead Parish Church we are supporting a family living in one of the poorer areas of Kigali.
The road from Kigali to Rutonde is as dusty as ever.
The results of that Referendum were announced yesterday and the internet has been buzzing with the news.
It is early morning and the city sounds strangely subdued. The sun is up and there is a threat of rain in the air but the dry ground says there has not been any heavy rain here for weeks.
Back in 2013 we started a project in Rutonde, outside of Kigali, which set out to feed malnourished children.
Yesterday was always going to be chaotic, energy-sapping and fractious. This was the annual jamboree known as getting the Nyamirambo children back to school.
It is Saturday and we have been invited to the home of Marie Therese and Jean Pierre Millindi.