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Ready to toddlers

Since January 2019, Wings of a Brighter Future has been engaged in scholastic materials transfer in Rwanda.  This was a first step to try a ship of a certain weight by cargo. Therefore, 354 kg of scholastic materials gathered in 34 boxes were sent to Kigali.  This operation took too much time due to administration procedures but we have finally resolved in a teamwork manner. 

Wings of a Brighter Future through the Country Director took this opportunity to thank everyone who played a role to make successful this operation. We hope, by the coming period, the experience got will help all the counterparts to make effective and efficient the scholastic materials transfer.

Together with other services delivered by Wings of a Brighter Future to toddlers, the scholastic materials will help the toddlers to enjoy the class and hurry their learning.

As a reminder, the scholastic materials transfer services from The Netherlands to Rwanda were facilitated by SPEDAG INTERFREIGHT. A particular transport service was organized by SPEDAG from the Kanombe International Airport to Benimpuhwe organization stores located in Nyamirambo, in Nyarugenge District, in Kigali Town. This was realized on July 10th 2019. The 34 boxes full of scholastic materials are ready to be used by the toddlers located in ECD’s in partnership with Wings of a Brighter Future in Rwanda.

Leonard Ntibazubugingo, Country Director Wings of a Brighter Future



A chair for a child

On the 2nd July 2019, a Toyota car full of furniture arrived at Kabuye ECD managed by the Kabuye Community Center. This furniture is a donation composed of 92 chairs and 24 tables from Wings of a Brighter Future.  The

furniture was made from the Nyarugenge sector in Bugesera District by a local carpenter. Wings of a Brighter Future has contributed to the wellbeing of this carpenter by improving his economy and creating a job to him.

The official reception was accomplished under the presence of Seraphine Uzamukunda, the Kabuye community manager together with Leonard Ntibazubugingo, Country Director of Wings of a Brighter Future.

The toddlers were really pleased to have a chair for every one and it was more easy to play with their scholastic materials. As the time I am writing this article, the 92 children are seating comfortably and are really enjoying attending the class.

Leonard Ntibazubugingo, Country Director Wings of a Brighter Future