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Families applause efforts from Government of Japan and UNICEF in Kigeme Refugee camp
30 October 2013: “I didn't have my own jerry can, so I had to borrow from my neighbours. But now I have my own!” Jeannette, mother of 2 children smiles during the hygiene kit distribution today in Kigeme.

Water Filters Improve Lives
March 2012: Niyigena Yolande is a 30-year-old head teacher at a school in Musanze District in the north-western part of Rwanda. Together with 46 other teachers, she is one of the first users of a ceramic water filter.

Improving Access to Education for Rwanda’s children
July 2011: All over Rwanda pupils are benefitting from improved health and hygiene facilities in their schools to ensure that fewer of them drop out.

 

 
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