The Cooking Stove Project Rusizi-Rwanda (CSPRR) goes into the next round. A small delegation of RDIS staff, led by the Project Manager Vincent Minani, went to Rusizi to continue with the ongoing distribution phase of 120 improved cooking stoves.
The project is following the guidelines of CCER and is designed as a scale up. RDIS is aiming to fulfill many different goals, which were discussed during the “Local Stakeholders Consultation Meeting", like protecting members of the household from different eye diseases caused by smoke.
The RDIS organisation had helt a very important meeting which brought together participants from Local Government, Public Institutons, Church Leaders and Project Developpers. The Main Stakeholder at the same time one of the speakers was the Mayor of Rusizi District Dr. Anicet KIBIRIGA.
THE MEETING WAS MEANT TO
The ceremony was done by RDIS staff. UEM delegation and ATE KELENG highlighted the importance of community work and the continuing of the started partnership between the two NGOs. UEM stated how grateful they are to see the ongoing work of their Church members in Rwanda and Indonesia!
On the 11th December 2022, RDIS wished their guests from Indonesia and Germany farewell. The delegation of ATE KELENG was represented by Rev. Yusuf Tarigan and Mr. Leader Tarigan, the delegation of United Evangelical Mission got represented by Rev. Dr. Andar Parlindungan (head of UEM’s "Training & Empowerment" department) and Rev. Dr. Ernest Kadiva (UEM Deputy Executive Secretary for the African region). After an abundant meal, members of RDIS said goodbye to their visitors from ATE KELENG (Indonesia) and United Evangelical Mission.
RDIS and YAK GBKP joined together to discuss about the process of establishing a credit union as an entry point to empower people in the community especially in the rural areas. The Credit Union with and for the members in the five Dioceses of the Anglican Church in Rwanda, namely: BUTARE, CYANGUGU, KIGEME, NYARUGURU and SHYOGWE. The overall goal for the partnership is to empower members of Communities in Rwanda and in Indonesia become independent and improve on their self-sustainable for Spiritual, Social and Economic welfare.