Children’s views on Women’s Day

My name is Yves Kapinga and I am 10 years old in P.5 at Santi Famille Primary School. Women are the mothers of everyone. It is not right to even imagine we can stand without them. I wish every woman especially my mother, a good Women’s Day.  

My name is Yves Kapinga and I am 10 years old in P.5 at Santi Famille Primary School. Women are the mothers of everyone. It is not right to even imagine we can stand without them. I wish every woman especially my mother, a good Women’s Day.  

I am Scolastique Umutoni of APAPER in Kicukiro Primary School. I am 9 years old in P.4. Women are good mothers and are capable of handling the issues that bother us as children. I send my greetings to my mother and family. 

I am Lydia Uwaseha, I am 8 years old. I study at E.P.A.K John Bosco in Kimihurura in P.5. I believe women are good because they are good directors. They spend a lot of time with children, so they know how different people behave. Greetings go to my friend Annet and Joy.  

Diane Usanase is my name and I am 10 years old. I am a pupil at APAPER Primary School in Kicukiro, in P.6. I believe that we can not stay without women in service. They encourage we young girls to work harder too so that we also get good jobs. I love my family and friends.

My name is Stive Hategika and I am 11 years old. I study at Sainte Famille Primary School in P.6. My mother is very hard working and she pays for my school fees, I therefore believe women play an important role in the family. Greetings go to my mummy.

Rita Iradukunda is my name. I am 7 years old and I am a pupil at A.P.E. Primary School. It is not possible for women to stay away from responsibilities. For example cooking food, my father does not cook food for me. Alice, Bena and all my friends, I love you all.

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