Well, we had to think long and hard about this, but know that it is the right thing to do.
We are learning daily the dangers of taking for granted the difference between what we left and what people here live with.
Lunch is definitely the theme for today. On my road into town and driving slowing to avoid a taxi bus, in front of me was a man taking his goat for a walk.
We were always clear in our minds that the first few months of our time here in Rwanda were going to be a period of learning and understanding.
The club has been running for almost two weeks now and is proving very popular with the local youngsters. So far, ninety children have attended with 30 to 40 each day.
We are taking any opportunities we can find at the moment to learn about the efforts of others helping street children in Rwanda.