Street kids getting to know how to read and write;

WP_20170113_16_07_20_Pro In an event that was organized by NOUSPR and took place at NOUSPR office in Kabeza, a Kigali suburb in the first week of January 2017, over 360 exercise books, pens and other gifts including magazines, foot balls, music equipment and colors for children were given to the street kids that are supported by NOUSPR through its self, help groups. NOUSPR donated a consignment of books and other materials to street kids following a six month drive aimed at empowering them to improve their writing and reading skills.
NOUSPR have in belief that helping vulnerable kids would inspire them to aspire for a good future. It is believed that by reading the street kids will gain knowledge for future use, most of the kids are still at this tender age
WP_20170113_16_07_47_ProNOUSPR have also been inspiring the street kids to discover their talents, there are some who are interested in foot ball, others in music and comedy, we believe that if we leave them a chance to dream, they will strive and yearn to be like authors or heroes they used to read about,” she said.
NOUSPR hopes to keep facilitating rehabilitation of street children through dance, music computer classes, while improving literacy through reading and writing complementing to the plan of the Government of Rwanda which is to increase literacy among all the Rwandans.

In an event that was organized by NOUSPR and took place at NOUSPR office in Kabeza, a Kigali suburb in the first week of January 2017, over 360 exercise books, pens and other gifts including magazines, foot balls, music equipment and colors for children were given to the street kids that are supported by NOUSPR through its self, help groups. NOUSPR donated a consignment of books and other materials to street kids following a six month drive aimed at empowering them to improve their writing and reading skills.
NOUSPR have in belief that helping vulnerable kids would inspire them to aspire for a good future. It is believed that by reading the street kids will gain knowledge for future use, most of the kids are still at this tender age
‘’Street kids need a helping hand while still at a tender age, for they will be able to manage themselves in future.’’ Mr. BADEGE said on this event. Besides giving those books and other writing materials, NOUSPR is also planning to keep organizing writing and reading competitions like after which the best stories for the street kids are rewarded at the group and individual levels, and will look for a magazine to publish their stories far and wide. NOUSPR hopes that reading fantasy tales will help children’s imagination to grow so that they can dream big.

NOUSPR have also been inspiring the street kids to discover their talents, there are some who are interested in foot ball, others in music and comedy, we believe that if we leave them a chance to dream, they will strive and yearn to be like authors or heroes they used to read about,” she said.
NOUSPR hopes to keep facilitating rehabilitation of street children through dance, music computer classes, while improving literacy through reading and writing complementing to the plan of the Government of Rwanda which is to increase literacy among all the Rwandans.

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