A DAY IN THE LIFE....

Executive Secretary of Benishyaka AssociationsBetty Gahima is the Executive Secretary of Benishyaka Associations that helps orphans and widows through a variety of services to enable them attain what they could not before.
Betty Gahima
Betty Gahima

Executive Secretary of Benishyaka Associations

Betty Gahima is the Executive Secretary of Benishyaka Associations that helps orphans and widows through a variety of services to enable them attain what they could not before. Below she tells her typical working day:

I wake-up at a half past 5a.m, take a shower and prepare my children for school. I have breakfast and set-off for Kibagabaga via Kigali Parents to drop my children.  About 7.15a.m I am already in the office, although the official time to start work is 7.30a.m.

As soon as I reach office, the first task I do is to check mails and respond to my partners on urgent matters. This gives me a good start of the day’s work.  Mid-day is when I have lunch. I continue working until about 5 or 6p.m. I pick my children from school and proceed home.

I take my time as soon as I reach home to attend to my children, take a shower and listen to different news broadcasts in order to be updated. I normally have supper at 9 and get to bed by 10p.m

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