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MARIE CLAUDINIE SINGS AT UN

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ORPHANS SUPPORT PROJECT
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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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My Poem ” DEAR MAMA !”

I miss my Mother
September 2ND to3rd, Memorial Days of My Mother please enjoy the Poem I CREATED for MY MOTHER – Thank you

Dear Mama!

Allow me to praise and lift up my mother

Thanks be to you for bringing me in this world
May God’s grace be upon your soul forever!
Without your steadfast love I was unknown forever ever.
I remember many children who never reach this world
I remember those who disappear while they are still unborn
I remember those who disappear upon they arrival to this world
But yet you didn’t wish that dear mother
No matter how much pain I brought to you while still in your womb
You kept me and you stood child-birth pain
You raised me and cared for me till I was grown
That love is what I want to sing to the world
To tell this lovely story to the live and dead
To tell those who know you and those who never heard about you

Because it is you who made me who I am
Thanks dear mother for bearing such pain And for loving me such much!
It was for your choice that I live today
Many young ones have lost this privilege
Many examples can be seen in our world today
There are even those who never knew their origins
Simple because they were not lucky enough
To have a mother who could handle the hardship
To bear such pain they could not take But you mother you are special
You took it all and you gave me life
I thank you so for a job well done

Dear mother I love you very much Because
I remember all you went through
I can’t ever count them because they are so many

But you stood like strong like a worrier against them
You spent many sleepless nights for the sake of me
And when
I was born you worked days and nights
Fighting for my well being and my best future
There is nothing hard like being a single mother School fees and food on table All alone but you never gave up.
Oh!! Mother,
I bless you so!!!
I remember you on our way into the exiles
I remember you trying to keep your eyes on me
I remember you calling my name saying “Mabano, stay closer to me; let me hold your hand!”
I could see how much your were worried about me
Your steadfast love could not let me go away from you Not even when it could coast your own life

Yes mother I know you loved every one
But this I am sure you loved me the best Though
I was not lucky to have you forever Though my Lord took you away from me
I am very sure there was for a reason An explanation that I will soon know
But still you went when I mostly needed you Look me now
I am an orphan Oh dear mother, now I remember
I remember those days when I was a little girl
I remember those small dresses you used to make for me
Those lovely colors that match your own dress
I remember those little steps
I took next to you Mostly Sunday morning on our way to church

I remember you teaching me how to sing and pray
That lovely discipline I promise to keep
You taught me ways of love without boundaries
I thank you for that especially during these days
You taught me to work and to stay strong
You gave me many examples about the meaning of life Don’t you worry dear mother,
I will accomplish your task I know for sure that Our Lord is by your side As you put me in God’s hands every day,
I never left Him or ever forget Him He is my Lord and I am her servant

Dear mother, come closer;
let me tell you a story Right now I am in USA, far way from home

Your hard-work for my best education has been paid off
I have been chosen among six hundred Artists from all over the world
To be honored as a first Artist from Rwanda and East Africa
To represent our culture to the West nations
For this pride I give you a credit dear mother Without forgetting God who blessed us both!
Mama, it’s been two months since I came to America
When I speak English people become surprised
They don’t know you used to send me for evening classes They ask me
“How can you speak English in two months?”
“My mother in Rwanda paid for my English lesson classes”

I tell them how much you loved me
How I used to make you proud, every time receiving a first report form in class
How you felt proud to speak my name among other mothers
And that’s why I will speak your name among the nations.

My heavenly father, ever blessing God Bless my mother with many blessings
Bless my father too with many blessings
Blessed every one who raised me
Bless the most, the souls of those who left this world
Let their souls find a resting place in your heavenly kingdom!
I am well and strong
All I ask from my fellow young-stars Is to make our parents proud

My birth-day I bless you
My baptism day I bless you
My heavenly father I thank you
I praise and glorify you all the time
And
I will always invite your Holy Spirit
To guide me always toward good work!
Amen.

Marie Claudine Mukamabano.

KUKI NDIHO RWANDA ORPHANS SUPPORT PROJECT

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