How they are spending their holiday

“In order to get permission to play, I have to work hard at home so that mummy allows me time to play with my friends. ”Emmanuel Niyonshuti, 10, Kinyinya Primary School, P.4. “I have to fetch water at home before I can even think of visiting my friends.” Polchalipe Nsabiyumva, 12, Kinyinya Primary School, P.5.
R-L: Melissa Julie;Julien Nshyimiyumukiza;Daniel Rudasubwa;Sylvia Agatako
R-L: Melissa Julie;Julien Nshyimiyumukiza;Daniel Rudasubwa;Sylvia Agatako

“In order to get permission to play, I have to work hard at home so that mummy allows me time to play with my friends.”

Emmanuel Niyonshuti, 10, Kinyinya Primary School, P.4.

“I have to fetch water at home before I can even think of visiting my friends.”

Polchalipe Nsabiyumva, 12, Kinyinya Primary School, P.5.

“Early in the morning, I do some house chores and then in the evening, I am free to go and play.”

Olivier Munyaneza, 13, Kinyinya Primary School, P.6.

“Mummy always uses the holiday to teach me how to work. So when she is not around, everything is still okay for me.”

Derrick Manzi, 12, New Life Christian School, P.6.

 

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