Rwanda Radio Project for Orphans

 
$18,328
$11,672
Raised
Remaining

Rwanda Radio Project for Orphans

Rwanda Radio Project for Orphans

Children in Bugesera listening to the Prime

Children in Bugesera listening to the Prime

A demonstration

A demonstration
Kristine Pearson, executive director of the Freeplay Foundation, demonstrates how to use and care for the Freeplay Lifeline radio during a distribution and 'guardian' training session in Rwanda

The Good News and the Bad News

The Good News and the Bad News
Since the visit recorded in Photo 2, there have been two major events in the life of Johnta - he has started secondary school and his house was destoryed in a storm. Funds from irish donors will help with a new home and Johnta loves his lessons. He and his siblings will stay with a neighbor until they have a home again (see associated story: Johnta and the Orphans of Nyamatara).

Jonathan, 18

Jonathan, 18
Photo from Progress Report 'Jonathan receives new Prime radio'

Jonathan, 11, with his sister.

Jonathan, 11, with his sister.
Photo from Progress Report 'Jonathan receives new Prime radio'

The Prime Radio

The Prime Radio
Photo from Progress Report 'Prime to be introduced in Rwanda '

Jean with his sisters Helene and Florentine

Jean with his sisters Helene and Florentine
Photo from Progress Report 'Learning Children's Rights on the Lifeline Radio'

Rwanda Radio Project for Orphans

Rwanda Radio Project for Orphans
Photo from Progress Report 'A Sense of Hope - 11 Years Of Progress In Rwanda'

Children in Musanze District, Rwanda gather to listen to their L

Children in Musanze District, Rwanda gather to listen to their L
Photo from Progress Report 'Stories of Hope from Rwanda'

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Organization

Project Leader

Uzma Sulaiman

London, United Kingdom

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