To improve on academic performance, ASEF (African Student Education Fund) on January 4th 2013 donated scholastics and other hygienic materials to 40 poor children in Gakenke district.
Stephanie Gregory, coordinator of ASEF highlights that the non-governmental organization was started in 2005 after seeing the tremendous step Rwanda had taken after a short time from 1994 tragedy that claimed a million Rwandans.

“I started ASEF to help children from poor homes study well and have a bright future,” she reveals.


ASEF donates scholastics to 40 poor children

Stephanie Gregory, coordinator of ASEF

The materials include soap, tooth paste, towels, beddings, toilet papers, sanitary pads, school bags, pens and pencils among others.

Florent Hagenimana, a student at ETO-Gatuma confirmed that equipped with these materials, he will be able to focus all the attention to studies.

Another student from St Aloys-Rwamagana asserts it was not easy with him at school due to lack of scholastics and school fees but now ASEF has given him hope, in that he dreams of university sponsorship.

ASEF project helps up to 200 students in Rulindo, Gakenke, Musanze and Nyabihu districts through paying their tuition, providing scholastic materials and health insurance.






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