It is early morning and the city sounds strangely subdued. The sun is up and there is a threat of rain in the air but the dry ground says there has not been any heavy rain here for weeks.
Back in 2013 we started a project in Rutonde, outside of Kigali, which set out to feed malnourished children.
Yesterday was always going to be chaotic, energy-sapping and fractious. This was the annual jamboree known as getting the Nyamirambo children back to school.
It is Saturday and we have been invited to the home of Marie Therese and Jean Pierre Millindi.
Mission Rwanda is moving into livestock. At Rwamagana we have purchased a cow to provide for a family where the mother has cancer.
The search has started. We have four boys who have finished primary education and are now looking for a secondary school to go to.
On our previous visit to Rwamagana we left some money for one of our six widows there who had fallen ill with cancer.
The good ladies of Loanhead have been at it again. Knitting needles aroud the parish have been clicking furiously to produce enough outfits to kit out half Rwanda's new-born babies.
One of Mission Rwanda's activities is helping widows set up in business to support themselves and their families.