In Western Rwanda, a small orphanage with a tiny budget is trying to change how people see development work in Africa. Located on the borders of Lake Kivu, L’Esperance Children’s Aid Rwanda is becoming much more than a simple shelter for kids.
Great job !!!!!I visited this orphanage, i was with delegation from japan i would like congratulate Victor, GAD bless you victor for the effort. promise my advocacy.
Thanks a lot for the opportunity you’ve given to get in contact once more with Kigarama. I went there one yera ago with some of my students. We had there a fantastic experience of life and hope. I do hope to go there again and work with Victor, amaster of humanity…
The village is fundamental for Rwanda…to give hope and show that life can get over disaster.
Reading you has also been an emotion for me since my son and his family have been living in Montreal for over a year now…
I’m ready to get into contact with you as well!
The entire world should listen to Your Radio Documentary.
Thank YOU for the privilege and delight of having YOU here up on the hills of Rwanda.
Come back and enjoy with us the magic of the hills.
Keep breathing deeply the delicious fragrance of Life.
Your friend, Victor Monroy
Thank you, Adréanne, for this radio documentary that in some parts made me feel like I was really in Kigarama! It revived my memories of the time that I was allowed to spend with the kids and Victor during a longer stay in Rwanda last year.
Christian from Germany.