Princess Sarah Zeid of Jordan recently visited Mahama Refugee Camp in Rwanda. She comforted children who fled the Burundi political insecurity unaccompanied or separated from their parents and committed to support.
The event, which encourages children to read during Umuganda while adults engage in community service, is an initiative piloted by Save the Children and Umuhuza as part of its USAID-funded Mureke Dusome project.
To boost the supply and demand of quality Kinyarwanda children's books in schools, Save the Children's Mureke Dusome project organized a visit for the publishing sector to Gicumbi and Burera districts on Friday, 22nd July. The event was attended by over 41 participants including publishers, authors, illustrators and designers of Kinyarwanda children’s books in the Rwanda Children’s Book Forum.
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