We are very proud of CYUSA Olivier our first child who finished his high school education. He is ready to be our supervisor . Taking care of his young brothers and sisters. God is all to those who have him in their lives.
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KIRKWOOD, Mo. (KMOV.com) – Students in Kirkwood got the opportunity to experience how the arts play an important role in education by bridging the gap between cultures and generations.
With the help of two teachers who traveled from Rwanda, students at Robinson Elementary created a masterpiece of many colors to create a major work of art.
Pacifique and Trezor turned to art for survival while growing up on the streets of the war-torn nation, and now they use it to help other children overcome poverty.
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This is after our parents meeting which was aimed to make groups and plan about our women development project. “NIYO WOMEN EMPOWERMENT ” these 5 groups contains 12 women each. Where they will learn how to make different hand crafts and jewellery for sale in our gifts shop to earn some money to improve then lives and their families! May God bless this.
Hello Friends ,
Happy new year, i hope you had a wonderful Christmas and new year celebrations. here is an other good news. recently i have got our charity registration number. now NIYO CULTURAL CENTRE has been registered as a social Development Non – governmental Organization by the Rwanda Governance Board. ( NO102/ NGO/RGB/2014 ) now everyone is allowed to give me congratulations !!!!!!