Still recovering from the atrocities of the genocide in 1994, Rwanda is found full of gentle and hopeful faces, determined to work toward unity and a better tomorrow for their children. Read more about this small and beautiful “land of a thousand hills”…
In the northern part of Uganda, children are often found raising their younger siblings and orphans are found working hard to make a better life for themselves and their families. Against numerous obstacles of poverty and rebel armies, communities work together for the good of all and pray that someday, peace will rule. Education is the key! Read more about the land where the Nile begins…
We have begun connecting teachers in Africa to teachers in America. Will you consider expanding your classroom?
New October Connections!
Sue in Flower Mound, Texas with Nelson and Aloys in Rwanda
Read what the Dallas Morning News had to say about this effort by clicking here (PDF).
African Leadership and Reconciliation Ministries (ALARM) was founded shortly after the Rwandan genocide in 1994 by Celestin Musekura. Education is just one of many ways ALARM is reaching out to the people of Rwanda.