Why Children at Karugira Primary School Love Rwanda

“The music industry is growing so fast. We have so many upcoming musicians who are ready o develop their country through their talents.” Anita Mpuhimpundu, 12, P.6.

“The music industry is growing so fast. We have so many upcoming musicians who are ready o develop their country through their talents.”

Anita Mpuhimpundu, 12, P.6.

Our country has done a lot to support girls and women so that they can have a better future. For instance I am in the football team and this never has happened in before.”

Shyaka Uwamahoro, 14, P.5.

“What I have realized is that our leadership gives equal rights to all people. Even we young children can make some decisions about our lives.”

Patrick Safali, 13, P.5.

“All children have the right to go to school and parents who do not take their children to school are punished. Such parents and guardians are depriving their children from having a better future.”

Jean de Dieu Mushaidi, 12, P.4.

“We have good leadership that makes sure that all Rwandans develop their country through income generating activities.”

Edison Igohozo, 13, P.5.

“The Nine Year Basic Education has help children to go to school and has made studying easier.”

Allan Nkwaya, 12, P.5.

“Our culture is loved worldwide because Rwanda has participated in many traditional dance events and won many trophies.”

Joyeuse Uwitoze, 12, P.5.

“In ICT the Ministry of Education has exceeded other neighbouring countries by giving Laptops to children at their schools which help them research on different subjects.”

Justine Uwera, P.5.

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