Relief as Sisterhood International Ministries comfort Genocide survivors in Kinyinya

By Samuel Mujyanama

Under Change Life Initiative, a group of born again and anointed women, the initiators of Sisterhood International Ministries, on Saturday delivered a donation of various items worth Rwf 1 million to Kinyinya residents.It was  during a monthly communal work (Umuganda) that brought together security organs among other local leaders.

The beneficiaries are the Genocide survivors from Gasharu village in Kinyinya sector, Gasabo district.

The donation includes foodstuffs, and dresses. Also over 50 people get health insurance support.

The support was provided in partnership with Mi Health Care UK directed by Erran Warden.

According to Pastor Jack Mugabo, a gospel artist and the president of Sisterhood International Ministries, Change Life Initiative aims at transforming the lives of needy families across the country.

Mugabo added that under the initiate they want to scale up their activities in different parts of the country to benefit more people.

For the first time in the country, Erran Warden has called on everyone to be supportive to the marginalized people.