Over the years, Rwanda has been bestowed with such fitting monikers as “The Land of a Thousand Hills” and “The Land of Perpetual Spring” to describe its natural splendor and beauty. Nowhere is this beauty more apparent than at Imbabazi, where we are surrounded by a number of the natural features that make up Rwanda’s diverse topography: volcanoes in our backyard, Lake Kivu in
Last December, students from Otterbein University visited the Imbabazi. Before their arrival, they raised money to benefit Kanyundo Primary School (the primary school our children attend). The goal: to support our text book project. This project benefits our children and the surrounding community. Kanyundo serves nearly 1,600 children. Having textbooks for the children greatly enhances their learning experience leading to better national exam scores.