Butare, Nyungwe Forest and Cyangugu

on Aug 29, 2013 | 2 comments

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Butare woman with baby and tomotoes.

Butare Credo Hotel guest services worker.

Sara, Lynn and I crossing the canopy bridge in Nyungwe Forest.

View of the canopy footbrige in Nyungwe Forest.

Nyungwe Forest babooons.

3 young women walking in Cyangugu.

Playful kids in Cyangugu.

Roadside worker.

Huffing it.

Fishing boats on Lake Kivu.

Cattle shepherds in Cyangugu.

Sun setting on Lake Kivu.

Kids minding the goats in Cyangugu.

Sara leaving Groupe Scolaire Saint Dominique Savio Mutongo with an armful of penpal letters for kids back home.

Media, me, Lynn, Sara and Jeffery in Cyangugu.

It feels so good to be here right now. AHE is making some incredible connections and its mission is being embraced wholeheartedly by the Rwandans. I am discovering a deep connection with the people here. I've been asked many times if I'm Rwandan. I'll be revisiting our LEAF young men this weekend and taking some neccesities to them. Excited to see them again! Met some genocide survivors today and heard their stories. I was moved to tears. I'll share more about them and their photos in my next post.

2 Comments

  1. emily

    August 30, 2013

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    Soooooo AMAZING. The photos and feelings behind them are really special. You guys are doing awesome work!! The colors and the fabrics and the scenes and the smiles are priceless!

    • Reggie Tidwell

      August 30, 2013

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      Aww, thanks Em. Feels good to be supported by good friends back home!

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