July 2011

 

SHARING EXPERIENCE WITH FAWE GIRLS SCHOOL

FAWE means the Forum for African Woman, is one among the secondary  school in Kigali city which represents a movement in Rwanda to promote Education for all woman and girls where all students are boarders, they lived at school. Through my plan of activities which are follow up work for this two month July and August, I have visited this school in order to strengthen the Red Cross youth section and exchange experience. It was interesting to discuss and see theirs reactions when we started to talk about Sexual Health and theirs experiences, how they have to be carefully during their holiday as it was the end of the quarter.I got time to talk in over-all about HIV/AIDs, way of transmission, treatment and the conclusion to be protected and carefully forasmuch is still a matter that affects both party now and in the future. 

 

INTRODUCTION TO RWANDA RED CROSS SOCIETY  

 It was exciting to reviewing again the areas we are ever seeing  since ten month ago, along with friends and colleague. Arrived in Rwanda Red Society, first of all we met our Secretary General to report our mission and achievement activities then after one week as we were scheduled, we made our presentation to all staff of Rwanda Red Cross about our exchange experiences through a power point and small movie which is encompassed all activities done and challenges, it was interesting with a lot of time of question. Afterward we got a speech of representative of Secretary General of appreciation and permission to sharing our experiences to the volunteers throughout  the country.  

VISIT KIE YOUTH SECTION

On 23th july 2011, I have been at KIE (Kigali Institute of Education)  for a visit of  youth section volunteers and participate to the event whereby they have organised to present theirs achievements during this last year. It was very interesting their target as a way of  recruitment, dissemination of  Red cross Principles and the way they might use it. The event was started on 12PM to 04 Pm and ended by given the certificate to the student who have had a training about First Aid and they played a sketch where they demonstrate how they should save a person through a Games.

Enjoying by KIE Youth Volunteers

 

CAMING BACK AT HOME

The way that leads to my Home ''Rwanda''

  There is nothing wrong in the life, but the truth is:  they will not  in and of themselves bring you authentic happiness…  I can ‘nt imagine how much is the feeling and pleasure you get, when you meet again yours family, friends, place, environment that you had missed for long time.   

Rwandese social life

That is really happiness and have made my life so wonderful: otherwise this was as well a way to improve how is very extensive and considerable what call ”Patriotism” wherever you should live so far your home, always you still feel some things missed…. Nothing is comparable to the happiness you feel as long as you should improve the relationships, get involved to your origine community and share your joy to your close friends and family.

 

 

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1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. Harald
    Aug 31, 2011 @ 19:37:24

    Hi Pamela, great to see the things you’re doing for the Red Cross! I’m just sorry I didn’t see your blog before… Stay well and good luck with your volunteering for Rwanda Red Cross!

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