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MARIE CLAUDINIE SINGS AT UN

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EMAIL MAIRE CLAUDINE
Phone: 347.465.4045
In USA:
KUKI NDIHO RWANDA
ORPHANS SUPPORT PROJECT
1186 FULTON STREET
BROOKLYN, NY 11216 USA

In Rwanda:
KUKI NDIHO RWANDA
Paroisse Ste FAMILLE
PO. BOX 442 KIGALI, RWANDA

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SNEAKER DRIVE

Kuki Ndiho partners with community organizations, schools of all levels, religious and cultural institutions to gather, collect and ship much-needed clothing items to its orphans in Rwanda. Please write us if interested in learning more at info@kukindiho.org Please include photos of yourself or your family to include with the individual clothing items so that we can thank you on our web site and so those to who receive the items will also know. snd

Annual Sneaker Drive

Seventh and eighth grader at the Christian Formation Student at St. Vincent Martyr Catholic Church in MADISON, NEW JERSEY are holding a sneaker drive for Rwandan Orphans through the holiday season. They will be collecting new or gently used sneakers in all sizes now. Please contact teacher Henry Page at EMAIL HERE

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Rwandan genocide survivor rallies for Peace By Christine Mclaren

Marie Claudine received an Ambassador for Peace Award May 2010

Please enjoy this video clip about it. Peace   Marie Claudine Mukamabano, a survivor of the 1994 Rwandan genocide, asked students to help orphans of the genocide through monetary donations and the promotion of peace on Tuesday at Neville Hall.

Mukamabano started the Kuki Ndiho Foundation to help affected children cope with the genocide through music and art.

She works to bridge the gap between children of the Tutsis and the Hutus, tribes involved in the 1994 genocide, in which her whole family was murdered.

“I missed being able to call someone mother, so I created this program,” Mukamabano said.

UNICEF estimated more than 1 million orphans need help in Rwanda as a result of the genocide.

Mukamabano encouraged students to help in any way possible. Students have the opportunity to work as interns or become sponsors to children for $20, $50 or $100. With this money, children will be provided with food, education, clothes and equipment for recreation.

“When you believe someone cares about you, you get hope,” she said. “With hope, you move forward.”

Mukamabano said the other important aspect of moving forward is forgiveness.

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