Sport  Rwanda Project #50273

Bring Soccer Balls To 100 Rwandan Boys and Girls

by PygmySurvival Alliance
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Bring Soccer Balls To 100 Rwandan Boys and Girls
Bring Soccer Balls To 100 Rwandan Boys and Girls
Bring Soccer Balls To 100 Rwandan Boys and Girls
Bring Soccer Balls To 100 Rwandan Boys and Girls
Bring Soccer Balls To 100 Rwandan Boys and Girls
Bring Soccer Balls To 100 Rwandan Boys and Girls
Bring Soccer Balls To 100 Rwandan Boys and Girls
Bring Soccer Balls To 100 Rwandan Boys and Girls
Bring Soccer Balls To 100 Rwandan Boys and Girls
Jan 15, 2023

Jan 2023 Connecting the Dots

Gift from the Kigali Government
Gift from the Kigali Government

 

 

The  Rwandan Football Cyaruzinge Teams had a wonderful season, won some games, played hard, and are very excited to be able to play this year once the government opened up the restrictions to no group activities. At a large tournament, four of our teen boys were recruited to play on top regional teams. They then receive a portion of the winning team's awards, Very exciting, it opened up the team to have more of the older teens off of the reserve and playing on the Cyaruzinge teams. 

Hello PSA donors and followers. This GlobalGiving update Report is different. This Report is about research done by Rui Diogo and his team, who have presented us with his Video of the Batwa Pygmy current situation and how they got here. It is an excellent brief history and synopsis of how all of the people who have been left behind in history are surviving in today's world. 

AZIMUTH WORLD FOUNDATION

Presents 

Connecting the Dots 

With Josefa Cariño Tauli

Video link -  55 minutes 

Connecting the Dots with Rui Diogo

Connecting the Dots with Rui Diogo

 

In July of 2022, Rui Diogo and his team toured East-Central Africa. 

They contacted Pygmy Survival Alliance, and we guided them to Cyaruzinge Village. As they were researching the Indigenous people of Africa, The community of Batwa in Cyaruzinge was the perfect group of people to interview and observe. The video is an excellent presentation of who the Pygmies were and are. 

Thank you Azimuh World Foundation, Rui Diogo, and his team for such a clear picture of what happened in the history of the Batwa people and who they are today. 

Near the closing of the video, Rui mentions PSA work and HDI’s contributions to the people who were left behind in history. 

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Perrilee Pizzini
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