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 Salama Palya also known as Jacques,  is 24 and has just completed his  Information Technology. He lives with his family and teaches IT skills to others in the community through his tiny company Kijana Wimbi.

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Nickson Kasolene has just graduated in Computer Science and straight away has been employed as a programmer in Rwanda. There will be 6 months of training and a 4-year contract! We will miss his teaching at Rutuboko every Sunday. but wish him all the very best!.

Hubert KABUKA just graduated in Rural Development. He had Polish and US sponsors for fees, private rent and living costs. He supported his younger brother's education from this source too.


Moise Cirimwani is now  qualified as a customs officer.

It's a less obviously humanitarian career than he once imagined but it should equip him to help support the very poor family which adopted him as an orphan child.

He helps run the Elonera Corespondence Project.

These students are very fortunate to have sponsors who make it possible for them to study and gain capacity to serve their communities.

Click here to meet some who are still hoping for such a chance.

 Olive AKILIMALI has  finished her Nursing.  training, thanks to her Australian sponsors. She  is an orphan and lives with her brother, sister-in-law and baby niece, Bibi.

  SBV Graduates

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