Israel embassy food items to Kigali residents

On 13 April 2020 at 01:47

Th Embassy of Israel in Rwanda has contributed 4 tons of beans, rice and corn flour worth 3 Rwfmillion to the people in need in Kigali. The contribution was given on behalf of the Israeli Agency for International Cooperation and Aid MASHAV. The Embassy worked in collaboration with a local NGO called Inspire Women for Development (IWD) and Tabara Program which was established especially for this purpose by Mr. Tamir Sher, an Israeli who lives in Rwanda.

The sacks of dry food were delivered last week to the main governmental distribution center in Kicukiro District, and they were handed to the Kigali stores manager by H.E. Dr. Ron Adam who said that since the beginning of the COVID 19 crisis, too many people in Kigali became jobless in the services industry and construction as well as the motorcycle riders.

"I am glad to take at least a small part in the Government’s effort to give basic food to those in need in Kigali", said Ambassador Adam.

The Embassy of the State of Israel to Rwanda promised to continue working with her sister country Rwanda to strengthen bilateral cooperation for the good of the citizens of both countries.

“We take this opportunity to comfort Rwandans during this period of 26th commemoration of the Genocide against the Tutsi. We stand with Rwandans, pray for the healing of survivors and for Never Again!”, a statement from the embassy reads.

The embassy of Israel led by Dr. Ron Adam, Ambassador of Israel to Rwanda donated 4 tons of beans, rice and maize flour worth Rwf 3 million.
Israel embassy in Rwanda donates food to vulnerable families as coronavirus crisis rages