Kigali Parents School Pupils talk about Children’s Rights

“Among the rights that Children deserve is the right to education, feeding well, play and freedom of speech.” Jesse Mugisha, 13, P 6.

“Among the rights that Children deserve is the right to education, feeding well, play and freedom of speech.”

Jesse Mugisha, 13, P 6.

“The street children are being denied several rights; they don’t go to school, they don’t have parent at the streets except the government, the life they are living is not showing any brighter future for them.”

 Sarah Murungi, 10, P 4.

“Children have a right to live and not to be killed, to be protected from any harm, to be taken to school, to be given all necessities that can help them to grow in a good way.”

  Joshua Karangwa, 9, P 4.

“The First lady Jeannette Kagame, always tells people to treat children as their own so when I become a mother I will treat   every child as my own.”

Daniela Uwase, 11, P 5.

“Children have the right to talk to their parents and the parents should listen to them because they have a say in the program for the development of the country.”

Linda Rutayisire, 12, P 5.

“It’s the responsibility of the parents to teach their children what is best for their future even if the child does not like it. Parents should make the child understand.”

Nina Carol Rangira, 10, P. 5.

“Parents that ignore their responsibilities and violate the rights of Children should be punished if they can’t change.”

Conrad Jabo, 12, P 6.

“Playing is every child’s right because when a child does not have fun time and time to rest it can create healthy problems.”

Sampras Shyaka, 12, P 6.

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