Tag Archives: Study Abroad

“The Magic Calabash” Photographs

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Singing Together

Two days ago, I learned a Rwandan song of celebration, and the students who taught it to my classmates and me invited me to sing the lead part (the call of the call-and-response) when we shared it back to our … Continue reading

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Murakoze. Thank you for a day to remember.

“I’ll always remember this day. For the rest of my life.” These words were spoken by one of my classmates while we sat discussing the day’s events over dinner. I wholeheartedly agree. As a young child, I fell in love … Continue reading

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Article in The Rwanda Focus

The work we have been doing with KIE has been written about in The Rwanda Focus. Link to the article provided below. http://focus.rw/wp/2013/07/theater-a-critical-tool-in-education/

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Sunday in Kigali

Greetings from Amy. After a full week of being immersed in the many contradictions that are Rwanda, today was an idyllic Sunday, filled with friends, fellowship, and family. In the morning, after sleeping a bit later than we could during … Continue reading

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Connections, connections, connections

Dianna, here.  Today was wonderful! Like all of our days so far, it seems like several days rolled into one. Work: Today was our last day working with the KIE Level 1 students.  After a warm up, we got straight … Continue reading

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Learning to Lead, Remembering to Follow

We awoke to another beautiful day in Rwanda: birds singing, perfect temperatures and the promise of another rich day at work with the K.I.E. students. The day lived up to its promise. Chris and Helen led a session examining the … Continue reading

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