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Prence Rwibutso Ukundwa DoB 30th May 2015, he has 2 siblings.

Prence was born prematurely, he is slow to grow and prone to infections. His mother abandoned him to his father after his birth and married another man. He is cared for by his grandmother as his father works as a night watchman when he can find work. Prence would love to attend school regularly but his father struggles to provide the basic needs for the family and pay school fees.

Prence studies in primary 1

Ref: BYU213

Diane Mbabazi DofB 22nd April 2012 she has one sister.

Diane lives with her mother and sister. Her mother does casual work to provide for the family. She struggles to provide their basic needs.

Diane studies in primary 3

Brian Iradukunda DofB 2008 he has three siblings.

Brian lives with his family in a rented house that is only partly constructed, his parents are casual workers who struggle to provide for the family. Brian wears clothes given to him by church members. He loves to pray and study but his parents are unable to regularly pay his school fees.

Brian studies in primary 5.

Ref: GAS146

Frank Hirwa DofB 11th March 2014 he has one brother.

Frank’s father abandoned the family, his mother does casual work but often can’t provide enough to feed them. Frank is unable to attend school regularly due to a lack of fees.

Frank studies in primary 1

Ref: GAS144

Ref: GAS145

Caleb Nzakizwanimana DoB 1st April 2015 he has 7 siblings

Caleb lives with his family in extreme poverty. His parents are casual workers and struggle to provide for the family. The family often rely on neighbours for food. Caleb lacks school materials and hunger hinders his ability to learn. He enjoys playing football with his friends and attends church.

Caleb studies in Nursery class

Pascal Ndayizeye DoB 10th May 2014 he has 2 siblings

Pascal lives with his mother and siblings. His mother has a mental condition but finds work where she can to provide for her family. They live in extream poverty and rely on the generosity of others to provide food.

Pascal loves to study and play football with friends but his mother cannot afford the school fees.

Pascal studies in primary 1.

Ref: BYU210

Ref: BYU212


Jean de Dieu Iranzi DoB 27th April 2006 one of 4 children.

He likes studying Chemistry and Biology and would like to be a doctor. His parents are subsistence farmers and struggle to pay his fees.

Jean de Dieu studies in senior one

Henriette Uwase DoB 24th July 2007 one of 5 children

She enjoys playing volleyball, likes studying Biology, Chemistry and Maths and would like to become a nurse. Her parents are subsistence farmers and struggle to provide her school materials and fees.

Henriette studies in senior one

Devotha Umugwaneza DoB 30th October 2007 one of 6 children.

Devotha’s parents are subsistence farmers with a very small piece of land, they struggle to provide her school fees.

Devotha is fit and healthy, likes singing and playing volleyball, she enjoys studying Kinyarwanda & Kiswahili and would like to become a teacher.

Devotha studies in Senior one



£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)

Ref: KBO185

Ref: KBO187

Ref: KBO186

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.




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.