Jacqueline Bakunduseruye, National Civic school Coordinator in Nyabihu District
The coordinator of the National Civic School (Itorero) in Nyabihu District has urged all parents to encourage their children to participate in Urugerero program during ongoing holidays.
The youth that will attend this program will learn about the Rwandan cultural values, self reliance and finding solutions to their problems.
It is expected that another phase of students who are through with secondary section already in vacancies in Rwanda are set to start with the Itorero program on November 29, 2013 and about 1,016 students in Nyabihu district are expected to attend in Itorero programme.
In Nyabihu district, the training will be conducted at Rambura Girls’ Secondary School and Rambura Boys’ Secondary School. It is expected that 571 boys and 445 girls who recently sat for their senior six examinations will attend the National civic Education/training.
Jacqueline Bakunduseruye, the coordinator of the National Civic School in Nyabihu district says all parents should make sure their children attend the program for the good of the community, for the youth to learn of Rwandan values and history and be prepared as Rwanda’s future leaders.
Bakunduseruye says participation in Urugerero program will help the youth to become the positive influence and support their community in development.
Itorero program will be held for the second time involving students completing Secondary school education.
Nyabihu; Parents urged to encourage youth to participate in Itorero