Imbuto Foundation’s work unmatched

Editor,  I CANNOT thank the First Lady and her Imbuto Foundation enough for their continued efforts in the promotion of girls’ education in Rwanda. What Imbuto Foundation is doing to encourage women and girls to prepare for the future is unmatched. 
Some of the school girls who were awarded for good performance at an event held in Kigali last weekend. (Courtesy)
Some of the school girls who were awarded for good performance at an event held in Kigali last weekend. (Courtesy)

Editor

I CANNOT thank the First Lady and her Imbuto Foundation enough for their continued efforts in the promotion of girls’ education in Rwanda. What Imbuto Foundation is doing to encourage women and girls to prepare for the future is unmatched. 

Indeed, the rewards will encourage qualitative and competitive learning, not only among girls, but also between the girls and boys who are school-going. 

To the beneficiaries, I encourage them to make full and effective utilisation of the resources to boost their education. 

What about those who couldn’t sail through to the rewards? I encourage them to try their best this year in order to reach the required performance level so as to also benefit from this programme which is so educative.

Danny Okongo,
Rwanda

Reaction to the article, “Imbuto awards 135 best performing city girls” (The New Times, March 31)

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