The search has started. We have four boys who have finished primary education and are now looking for a secondary school to go to.
On our previous visit to Rwamagana we left some money for one of our six widows there who had fallen ill with cancer.
The good ladies of Loanhead have been at it again. Knitting needles aroud the parish have been clicking furiously to produce enough outfits to kit out half Rwanda's new-born babies.
One of Mission Rwanda's activities is helping widows set up in business to support themselves and their families.
Some time back we started what was called our Nyamirambo Street Children project. Over time this has evolved into the Nyamirambo Children's project.
Another tour comes to an end. Over the past month I have been able to catch up with our projects, meet old friends and make new ones.
The Kinamba district of Kigali lies on a precipitous hillside which runs down to the Nyabugogo river.
After the dust and dirt of Kiwangala, the past couple of days have been spent cleaning the bits that haven't seen water for a while and it is now time to move again.
All good things must come to an end. It is time to leave the dust of Kiwangala and take a bus back into Rwanda.