Through training facilitated by veteran leaders from Mumeya, Cyiha leaders organized hundreds of villagers to complete construction of a new elementary school that will serve several hundred children. People from five villages surrounding Mumeya also organized labor to complete three new rooms serving 90 secondary school children. These and other projects were completed as a result of partnerships with local government officials and 130 community and church leaders at training sessions conducted by veteran PICO Rwanda leaders. Read about other possible expansion in Africa here.
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