Everyone was excited about the arrival of Little Bull before Christmas.
Two years ago, Loanhead Church bought a cow. The cow then had a calf and started providing a steady supply of milk which was sold.
Marie-Therese originally comes from Tanzania but has settled in Kigali with her husband Jean-Pierre.
Those that have been following the story will be familiar with the cow bought by Loanhead Church. The cow produced a calf which unfortunately died.
Mission Rwanda is moving into livestock. At Rwamagana we have purchased a cow to provide for a family where the mother has cancer.
On our previous visit to Rwamagana we left some money for one of our six widows there who had fallen ill with cancer.
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.
An exciting night. Heavy rain on the roof made any effort at sleep futile. The frequent lightning and ear-splitting thunderclaps overhead provided entertainment by way of compensation.
The day was always going to be strenuous. Just getting across Kigali to Nyabugogo for the bus to Kibungo meant an hour's walk, albeit in the cool early morning.
What we thought would pass as a quiet summer turned out being spend organising the launch of our latest project in Rutonde, north of Kigali.