Tuesday, 27 March 2012

Rwanda : More than 500 trees planted at Kigali memorial.

While Rwanda and friends of Rwanda await the 18 commemoration of the 1994 genocide against the Tutsi, members of the rotary club international this weekend planted more than 500 trees at the Kigali memorial site, located at Gisozi.
The president of Rotary International Mount Jari Julien Kavaruganda said the tree planting is to conserve environment and ensure a friendly place and home for the thousands of bodies of Tutsis, massacred during the genocide.
“It is our commitment as members of the rotary international to plant trees , protect environment, help the vulnerable with intentions to develop the nation,” said kavaruganda.
Patricia Murekatete the executive secretary of Gisozi sector expressed gratitude to the rotary international Rwanda for their continued support to the country’s development saying that planting trees is an important aspect to Rwanda’s development.
Murekatete assured continued cooperation between gisozi sector and rotary international.
Rotary international mount Jali that operates in Rwanda among its contributions to the Rwandan society is also set to distribute free English- French dictionaries and school desks to different schools country wide according to the rotary vice president Albert Mugunga.


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