Earlier in the year, a survey was sent out to Forward Africa Education Trust (FAET) students. Their responses have been processed into the following report. We asked the students questions on topics relating to the pandemic, the issues that were
It’s amazing how resilient our teenagers are! Not only do they have to deal with the daily ups and downs of surviving on limited means, when a global pandemic comes along they have to use all their resourcefulness to continue
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Marie Grace, Student nurse
COVID has delayed my nurse training at university, but when I qualify I will try to be a good nurse who will work with empathy, skills of problem-solving, commitment to patient advocacy, open-mindedness and …Read more
Controlling the spread of the virus has been a key priority within Rwanda. Schools and universities remain closed with students struck at home with limited access to e-learning. We continue with our feeding programme (thanks to generous support) and anticipate …Read more
Thanks to the generosity of donors we are able to supply food to our students and their immediate families.
Cynthia pictured with her food delivery. Their cupboard was bare as her mother who worked as a casual cleaner and washed
My name is Jackline and I am studying Information Technology in the Department of Software Engineering at the Adventist University of Central Africa – Rwanda (AUCA).
I have a mother only and she farms a small piece of land to…Read more
Gathering students together before the start of the third term, NOUSPR Project Leader Dan Karangwa (third from left) is seen with the smiling group.
The school term started on Tuesday 21st August and the sponsored students (with Daniel and Claire …Read more
How are the students enjoying their school life?
Kevin: “I like my school CGFK because it is a friendly environment. The teachers are sociable and flexible and understand me when I have problems. But, because of my family poverty, I…Read more
How the students are enjoying their school life?
They enjoy learning and achieving, interacting with other students and with staff and taking advantage of the new opportunities and facilities the school has to offer.
The students can speak for themselves:…Read more
On 13th July, 2018 I visited Yvette at Groupe Scholaire St. Aloys in Rwamagana. It was a visiting day at her school.
I was welcomed by director of studies and as I introduced myself to him we chatted a bit …Read more