What they say : Life Outside School

After School, life starts again since I get to go to fetch water and wash some dishes if it’s my turn then I go to play with my friends.” Boniface Iradukunda 12, Cyahafi Primary School, P.4. “When I leave school I start to think of what to do so as to keep busy till the following day of school.” Phenias Akimana, 12, EPA, P.6.

After School, life starts again since I get to go to fetch water and wash some dishes if it’s my turn then I go to play with my friends.”

Boniface Iradukunda 12, Cyahafi Primary School, P.4.

“When I leave school I start to think of what to do so as to keep busy till the following day of school.”

Phenias Akimana, 12, EPA, P.6.

“My mother taught me how I can keep my uniform clean by washing it at least twice a week so after school I do some simple work at home then I get to play.”

John Dushimimana, Kimisagara Primary School, P. 5.

“After School, I go and fetch water since it my duty at home, then I visit my friends at the neighborhoods or they visit me and I spare some time for revision.”

Jules Abimana, 12, Muhima Primary School, P.5.

“when I come from school in the evening, I meet my friends at the football pitch and play for sometime then go back home.”

Eric Mutabaruka, 12, EPA, P.5.

“My life after class is not very different from school hours since  we are coming to the end of the year, I get to play for sometime then I concentrate on my books.”

Pacifique Tuyisenge, 12, EPA, P.5.

“There should be always a life after class where we can learn things that we can’t be taught in class.”

Eric Ndayisenga, Kimisagara Primary School, P. 5.

“When I come from school, I change my uniform then I go to meet my friends at centre de jeune de Kimisagara.”

Thiery Kwizera, 9, Kimisagara Primary School, P. 5.

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