Giporoso students and what they did for Easter

“Easter reminds me of the death and the resurrection of Jesus Christ because He died for our sins.” Clarisse Uwimana, 12, P.6.

“Easter reminds me of the death and the resurrection of Jesus Christ because He died for our sins.”

Clarisse Uwimana, 12, P.6.

“During the Easter holidays, I went to church then home to have lunch with some of my friends. I invited some children who are poor to share the day’s meal with my family”

 Eve Rugira, 13, P.6.

“It’s said that Jesus was crucified because of our sins. Easter is a time when we should check ourselves and make sure we are not taking back Jesus on the cross.”

Esperance Nyirarukundo, 13, P.5.

“As we approach the Genocide Commemoration week which is right after Easter, parents should help their children to visit other children who are orphans of the Genocide and share with them the little we have in the spirit of Easter.”

Jean Pierre Ndikumana, 14, P.6.

“On Easter day, I woke up in the morning then went to church so that I could go back home to prepare food, clean dishes and mop the house.”

Jessica Umutoni, 14, P.6.

“Going to church and enjoying food is good but Easter makes more sense when we not only share food with the needy but also clothes and other scholastic materials.”

Oscar Rwabiniga, 11, P.5.

“During every holiday I ask my parents to let me invite my friends and other children that I know, to eat at our home or I go to their homes so that we can socialize.”

Rachael Manzi, 12, P. 6.

“With my parents we visited some poor families and orphanages and took something for them.”

Kevine Ndagijimana, 11, P.5.

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