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David Sezerano DofB 1st February 2016 he has 2 siblings.

David’s parents are casual workers, his father makes donuts and his mother takes in washing. They struggle to provide even one meal a day for the family. They are unable to afford the fees to send David to school. David is a bright boy who has the potential to be a quick learner.

David is not in school

Ref: GAS151

Ref: BYU214

Cyomoro Gisa Kurana DoB 7th September 2015 he has no siblings

Cyomoro is an active well behaved boy who enjoys playing football with his friends and helping his parents at home. His parents are casual workers and struggle to provide the basic needs of the family.

Cyomoro studies in primary 1.

Joshua Niyo DofB 20th September 2011 he has 4 siblings.

Joshua lives with his parents and siblings, his father is diabetic and unable to work, his mother struggles to provide the basic needs of the family. It is not unusual for them to go without food.

Joshua studies in primary 5

Emmanuel Bivamwijuru DoB 4th September 2008 one of 2 children.

His Father has a small business and his Mother does casual farm work.  

Emmanuel is healthy and likes school.  His favourite subjects are maths and biology.  

He would like to become a teacher when he leaves school.

Melissa studies in Senior one.

Gisele Irakoze DoB 20th August 2008 one of 5 children

Mother and Father are farmers and so struggle to provide for their basic necessities.

Gisele is healthy and likes to study at school.  Her favourite subjects are biology and maths.  

She wants to be a police officer when she leaves school.

Gisele studies in senior one

Apotre Paul Dufitumukiza DoB 30th June 2008 one of 6 children.

Paul’s Mother died when he was 2.  His Father is a farmer and does his best to care for the 6 children but struggles to provide for all their needs.

Paul is healthy and enjoys school.  His favourite subjects are biology and Kinjarwandan.  

He would like to become a teacher when he leaves school.

Paul studies in senior one

Ref: GAS149

David Byiringiro DoB 1st May 2014, He has 2 siblings.

David lives with grandmother who cares for 5 other children, his father denied him at birth and his mother left him with his grandmother.The family survive through the charity of neighbours and the church. They often go hungry. David attends school daily but is often sent home due to the lack of school fees. The family do not have health insurance.


David studies in primary 2

Jannis Ineza Buntu DoB 7th December 2017 he has 0 siblings

Jannis lives with his parents who are casual workers. His father suffers from high blood pressure which often prevents him from working, they struggle to provide one meal a day and have no money for school fees or healthcare.

Jannis is well behaved and helps with fetching water. He likes playing football with his friends.

Jannis is in nursery school.

Ref: BYU225

Ref: BYU227

Ref: KBO209

Ref: KBO210

Alan Mushoranyambo DofB 22nd October 2013 he has three siblings.

Before Covid Alan’s family ran a small shop. They were forced to eat the stock during lockdodwn and the shop has now closed. An aunt has taken the mother and children to her home as they are unable to afford food or rent.

Alan would love to return to live with his father and return to school.

Alan studies in primary 2.

Ref: GAS148

Ref: KBO208

Health Insurance is available in Rwanda for just £3 per person per year. Your child is insured through their sponsorship but the rest of their family may not be able to afford the cost.

If you would like to support your child’s family by covering this cost then please contact the office or leave a message in the box on the sponsorship application form.





£15 per month

CAN change a life


In Rwanda children are supported in three Sponsorship programmes in:



GASABO (Kigali)


Step 1: Choose a child and note their reference.

Step 2: Click the child’s picture.            

Step 3: Complete the form and press submit.

Step 4: We send you confirmation and payment details.

Step 5: You confirm payment has been set up.

Step 6: We send an attractive card with details of your child.


GASABO (Kigali)

Do we have your details?

In order to keep you informed of your child’s progress we need to keep in touch.

We would ask you to give us permission to keep your details for future use by inserting a Y in the contact box on the form.  

Please be assured we will only use your details to provide information about your child, send our monthly updates (via email) and our magazine 3 times a year.

We will NEVER pass your details on to any other organisation.