Feb 26, 2021

Getting through COVID, and moving forward.

 

 

May this report find you healthy. COVID has all of us worried about ourselves, our family, our friends, and the whole world's safety. 

With your generosity, we were able to bring food to the Cyaruzinge Village during the January and February lockdown of Kigali. The Village never has an abundance of food, but during this past year, it has been even more difficult. Thank you for your support. The community has sent a Thank You. In the video link below shows Claude bringing the food, and at the end of the video is a voice loud and clear singing out in English, Thank You, Thank You. I cannot say it better. 

Our long-term project of building an Early Childhood Education Center also has made progress. We were able to purchase added land adjacent to the lot PSA purchased in 2019. We are moving forward.

Primary schools restarted on February 21. Claude helped the parents of Cyaruzinge enroll their children.

Thank You,

PSA team, the Cyaruzinge Village and Masoro Village

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Dec 28, 2020

Counting the Accomplishments of 2020

 Dear Donors,

Thank You to all of you individuals who have chosen to support PSA. Your dedication to the People Left Behind in History has allowed them to achieve their desire to move forward during this challenging 2020 year.

PSA has one employee, Claude, our field Manager. With the help of many volunteers and donors, the pygmies in Cyaruzinge village

  • Fixed their storm-damaged homes
  • Learned brick making and built walls
  • Built Kitchens
  • Sold thousands of bricks
  • Organized the making and selling of Brochette Sticks
  • Restored Water supply building and managed sale of city water
  • Started savings society
  • Raised and harvested crops 
  • Received Agricultural Training on Fertilization
  • Initiated Substance Abuse prevention for their youth
  • Six youth started Vocational Training
  • Scouts engaged
  • Family planning taught
  • Medical cards 
  • A neighbor offered to sell the Pygmies his Land; we are buying it!
  • Wheelchair purchased
  • Hip Hip Hooray Electricity on the way
  • Soccer Balls have been given to the community as Christmas Presents 
  • Transportation and communication upgrades have been made
  • Food relief delivered - COVID-19
  • Amakondera Center Drawings and Construction Plans initiated

Thank you for being part of the team that is helping the Batwa help themselves. 

In Solidarity, 

Perrilee Pizzini

Links:

Dec 28, 2020

Counting the Accomplishments of 2020

 Dear Donors,

Thank You to all of you individuals who have chosen to support PSA. Your dedication to the People Left Behind in History has allowed them to achieve their desire to move forward during this challenging 2020 year.

PSA has one employee, Claude, our field Manager. With the help of many volunteers and donors, the pygmies in Cyaruzinge village

  • Fixed their storm-damaged homes
  • Learned brick making and built walls
  • Built Kitchens
  • Sold thousands of bricks
  • Organized the making and selling of Brochette Sticks
  • Restored Water supply building and managed sale of city water
  • Started savings society
  • Raised and harvested crops 
  • Received Agricultural Training on Fertilization
  • Initiated Substance Abuse prevention for their youth
  • Six youth started Vocational Training
  • Scouts engaged
  • Family planning taught
  • Medical cards 
  • A neighbor offered to sell the Pygmies his Land; we are buying it!
  • Wheelchair purchased
  • Hip Hip Hooray Electricity on the way
  • Soccer Balls have been given to the community as Christmas Presents 
  • Transportation and communication upgrades have been made
  • Food relief delivered - COVID-19
  • Amakondera Center Drawings and Construction Plans initiated

Thank you for being part of the team that is helping the Batwa help themselves. 

In Solidarity, 

Perrilee Pizzini

Links:


Attachments:
 
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