A Life of Living Fearlessly
Kim Coats, director of marketing & logistics for Team Rwanda Cycling, captures in her blog, A Life of Living Fearlessly, the duality of living in glorious Rwanda – a place full of beauty & joy, struggle & sorrow.
I miss Rwanda’s misty hills & people — especially my friends at Art of Conservation.
My friend Valerie, Art of Conservation teacher & translator.
These boys are delighted with their toothbrushes & paste. Likely, these are the first brushes they’ve had of their own.
photo credit: Art of Conservation
Seeing these beautiful smiles just makes my soul soar. It’s wonderful to see the donated items from friends in Iowa that Ellen Strachota, Tracy Levine & I brought in duffel bags to Rwanda are going to play a role in keeping more Rwandan kids healthy.
Julie Ghrist & her dedicated Art of Conservation team are educating, mentoring & simply helping people better their lives in northwest Rwanda.
More Lessons On How To Stay Healthy – Art of Conservation.
The Art of Conservation kids at Rushubi School enchanted us with a welcoming song & dance. What an enthusiastic performance – one we’ll likely never forget.
Nuko, nuko! [Kinyarwandan for Bravo!].