While on a visit to Steven's farm (see <a href='http://missionrwanda.net/node/460'>Progress and hope</a>) we met the team building a new fenced enclosure.
It is almost ten years since Mission Rwanda first landed in Kigali on our first exploratory visit.
We landed at Kigali in one piece which was a blessing, but still two pieces of luggage less than had been hoped for.
There is a family which Loanhead Parish Church has been supporting for a couple of years now. The original intention was to enable the child of a young mother to go to school.
Last week we visited our porridge project at Rimwe and met the latest intake of malnourished children and their mothers.
Marie-Therese originally comes from Tanzania but has settled in Kigali with her husband Jean-Pierre.
This is the time of year when we face the chaos of kitting our group of Nyamirambo children out to go back to school at the start of a new year. The process is not as chaotic as in previous years.
Those of us who remember beep-beep modems and bulletin boards will appreciate how long it has taken to get from there to fast broadband and Facebook. We thought it all happened too quickly.