Children of Kigali Harvest Primary School talk about their value

“We are important to our family and that is why our parents care for us and meet our needs. Personally, I do not doubt my value to the family because I know that I am a member of the family.” Ben Kalisa, 11, P.6.

“We are important to our family and that is why our parents care for us and meet our needs. Personally, I do not doubt my value to the family because I know that I am a member of the family.”

Ben Kalisa, 11, P.6.

“I want to be a doctor and I feel that I will not only be useful to my family members, but the nation at large. I will treat patients and I will be glad to help the sick.”

Bosco Bizimana, 10, P.5

“I believe that the reason why my parents pay my school fees is because they have hope in me. That is why I am sure that I am important to them and my family.”

John Mutabazi, 11, P.5.

“I love my parents so much because they have proved to me that they care about me. They buy for me scholastic materials, good clothes, and food.”

Alice Uwimazi, 11, P.6.

“Since I was young, I always say ‘thank you’ to my parents. At home I clean the house and utensils to appreciate what my parents do for me.”

Rose Umutesi, 10, P.6

“My future depends on how I use my time at school. And working hard will help me become what my parents expect of me. This is important for my family.”

Felly Wikunda, 10, P.6

“I am important to my family because when I complete my studies and get a job I will help them financially. It will be easy for me to take up responsibilities at home when I get a good job.”

Sarah Nkomeje, 11, P.6.

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