MINEDUC, stakeholders build house for genocide survivor, donate to vulnerable residents

By IGIHE
On 5 August 2019 at 11:20

Staff from the Ministry of Education (MINEDUC) and associated institutions have constructed a house for Angelique Mukashyaka, 54, a survivor of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi and donated more home equipment including chairs and mattresses worth Rwf 17 million to 13 families in Gatsibo district.

The donations were handed over on Saturday in an event held in Kiramuruzi sector graced by the Minister of Education, Dr. Eugène Mutimura among other leaders from related institutions.

Mutimura said the idea was conceived when they visited Kiziguro memorial.

“We conceived the idea when we visited Kiziguro genocide memorial and impressed by activities of the district which had built houses for genocide survivors. Thereafter, the Ministry and associated institutions pledged to construct a house for a survivor and support others with basic home equipment,” he said.

Mutimura requested the beneficiary to seek assistance from local leadership whenever it needs refurbishing.

Angelique Mukashyaka appreciated the donation which came in handy putting her out of previous distress where she used to be housed by good Samaritans.

She is also among beneficiaries of donations that include; chairs and mattresses.

Staff from the Ministry of Education (MINEDUC) constructed a house for Angelique Mukashyaka
Dr. Eugène Mutimura said the idea was conceived when they visited Kiziguro memorial.
Angelique Mukashyaka appreciated the donation which came in handy putting her out of previous distress
MINEDUC, stakeholders donated more home equipment including chairs and mattresses worth Rwf 17 million to 13 families in Gatsibo district.

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