Rwamagana – At least 785 Genocide widows do not have proper housing with 53 of them in urgent need of shelter in the Eastern Province. The revelation was made during a fundraising drive organised over the weekend to raise funds to put up shelter for Genocide widows.
The National Council of Persons with Disabilities (NCPD) on Friday pledged to build the capacities of People Living With Disabilities (PLWD) by enabling them to effectively implement their projects.
Hardly four months after hazardous floods hit Jenda Sector in Nyabihu District, it is evident that the victims can now afford a sigh of relief after intervention by both government and relief agencies. Residents in the area demonstrated kindness when they accommodated their neighbours who were left homeless when torrential rains and floods destroyed their homes between April and May 2012.