Benebikira Sisters
Below you can see listed all of the Breeders registered with the Purebred Sheep Breeders Association of Nova Scotia who breed Benebikira Sisters.

A Partnership in Caring Continues to Support the Most Vulnerable in Rwanda during COVID-19

An update on Fabrice whom we have been supporting since we met him a few years ago – a toddler who could only get around on all fours. He is walking, running, and going to school. Once COVID hit he was quarantined at home, rather than being in school and spending time with the Benebikira Sisters. When COVID eased, temporarily, he emerged and was unkempt, hungry, and had regressed in his developmental milestones. . He had lost weight – the Sisters were sending food, but it was uncertain how much he was getting. He and his young brother are now staying with the Sisters and getting the care they need. The young woman pictured with Fabrice is his caretaker.

 

 

 

 


A Partnership in Caring Society collaborates With Wishing Wells Society on Cistern Project in Rwanda

Carolyn Rideout and Maria van Vonderen, A Partnership in Caring volunteers spent time viewing some of the 12 cisterns supplied through a partnership with The Wishing Wells Society of St. Andrews, Nova Scotia.
This water collection system provides much needed water for gardening, livestock, cleaning, household use etc. to a number of different communities in Rwanda.

To support our projects in Rwanda visit our website at : https://www.apartnershipincaring.ca

 


Soup Preparation at Immaculate Conception School

Soup preparation for the 390 students at Immaculate Conception School in SAVE.
The students have meat on Sundays only. They mainly eat rice , soup , brown beans and fresh fruits and vegetables.
A Partnership in Caring Society sponsors 8 vulnerable students in this boarding school. To support our continuing work in Rwanda, visit the Society’s website at https://www.apartnershipincaring.ca.

 

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Benebikira Sisters Celebrate Upgrades at Kabuga with A Partnership in Caring Society Volunteers

Today A Partnership in Caring Society volunteers Maria van Vonderen and Carolyn Rideout visited the home in Kabuga where the senior Benebikera Sisters live.
The Sisters appreciated the supplies ( Tylenol for arthritis, voltaren and bed soakers) that the volunteers delivered.
APICS partnered with the Wishing Wells Society and a water collection cistern has been added to the property.
The Sisters ( 28 Sisters and 4 workers) live in a very small home. The kitchen is outside and at the back of the property. They mostly cook with wood.
A new fence has been added to the property increasing the security of the Sisters.
The Sisters were very happy to celebrate with Carolyn and Maria today.

 


A Welcome Light for Our Friends

When our volunteers with A Partnership in Caring Society travel to Rwanda, they stay with the Benebikira Sisters. The Benebikira Sisters are one of several partners our society has in Rwanda.

“The Benebikira Sisters lit a candle for us at supper.”, writes A Partnership in Caring Society Chair Maria van Vonderen. “ A welcome light for our friends”.

To learn more about the Benebikira Sisters, follow this link: http://bit.ly/2GvoPS7