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Hope Haven Rwanda is a non-profit organization that delivers outstanding education and life-on-life discipleship to one of the most vulnerable communities in Rwanda.  We cultivate God-given purposes for entire families, offering them a brighter tomorrow with the hope of Christ and practical life skills.  We operate with heartfelt compassion, high levels of competency and within a vibrant Christian community, on a 10-acre campus just outside of Kigali, Rwanda.  We believe that our investment in each individual child and family flows into the neighborhood and eventually transforms the nation.  Christian world-changers are emerging from the halls of Hope Haven Rwanda!

Our newsletter is one way to stay in touch with our students, families and staff.
Joining our mailing list is simple, click here to subscribe.

We currently provide academic and biblical education for children from nursery school through 5th grade. Using a mix of East African and McGraw Hill curriculum, our focus is on teaching children how to think and discover, rather than what to think and memorize. Our 2nd – 5th grade students are also offered Microsoft-based computer classes and online search tool skills in our high-tech computer lab. Hope Haven classes are taught by local teacher who have been trained by qualified volunteers from the USA. All classes are taught in both the local language of Kinyarwanda and English, Rwanda’s National language.

After school, we provide older students with English literacy classes. Through our ministry partner, Hope International, we also offer a biblically-based money management and savings class.

All Hope Haven students are served a morning meal of nutritious porridge. Students in 1st-5th grades who stay for afternoon classes are also fed a healthy lunch of rice, beans, and greens. All meals are prepared in Hope Haven’s charcoal kitchen. A water well with a purification system from Healing Waters supplies the campus with clean, safe water.

Chiggers and poor personal hygiene were initially major problems for families. Hope Haven’s rigorous health and hygiene training has dramatically improved the issue. Families now understand the importance of cleaning themselves properly to avoid infections and parasites, and to protect their health.

Do you love cooking?  Do you have a favorite family recipe that you would like to make for Fr. Terry and Fr. Tim?  If so, we invite you to sign up to cook a meal on a Monday, Tuesday, or Friday.  Meals can be dropped off at the Parish Office between noon and 5:00 p.m. To sign up see Links below.

Excerpt from Noon Meals for Nursery Schools The nutritionist should check up so far as possible on what the child has to eat at home and should give suggestions on ...

NooN Nursery , Cairo, Egypt. 1,446 likes · 91 talking about this · 5 were here. The first child day and night care in New Cairo working from 8am - 10pm (7...

Free School Meals for Nursery School Children... They will need to complete one form per child. Forms received by 12 noon on a Friday will be processed that afternoon.

28.04.2011  · What meals and snacks do you offer a 2 year old for nursery . Iam running out of options and keep repeating. My baby is getting bored. Please advise.

Children are served three meals and two snacks everyday at Giggles Day Nursery . Breakfast is between 8.00 and 8.30am, lunch is at 12.00 noon …

The Nursery is managed by Christine ... A hot nursery lunch is provided at 12.00 noon ... so by preparing and producing our own meals we can ensure that only the ...

Hope Haven Rwanda is a non-profit organization that delivers outstanding education and life-on-life discipleship to one of the most vulnerable communities in Rwanda.  We cultivate God-given purposes for entire families, offering them a brighter tomorrow with the hope of Christ and practical life skills.  We operate with heartfelt compassion, high levels of competency and within a vibrant Christian community, on a 10-acre campus just outside of Kigali, Rwanda.  We believe that our investment in each individual child and family flows into the neighborhood and eventually transforms the nation.  Christian world-changers are emerging from the halls of Hope Haven Rwanda!

Our newsletter is one way to stay in touch with our students, families and staff.
Joining our mailing list is simple, click here to subscribe.

We currently provide academic and biblical education for children from nursery school through 5th grade. Using a mix of East African and McGraw Hill curriculum, our focus is on teaching children how to think and discover, rather than what to think and memorize. Our 2nd – 5th grade students are also offered Microsoft-based computer classes and online search tool skills in our high-tech computer lab. Hope Haven classes are taught by local teacher who have been trained by qualified volunteers from the USA. All classes are taught in both the local language of Kinyarwanda and English, Rwanda’s National language.

After school, we provide older students with English literacy classes. Through our ministry partner, Hope International, we also offer a biblically-based money management and savings class.

All Hope Haven students are served a morning meal of nutritious porridge. Students in 1st-5th grades who stay for afternoon classes are also fed a healthy lunch of rice, beans, and greens. All meals are prepared in Hope Haven’s charcoal kitchen. A water well with a purification system from Healing Waters supplies the campus with clean, safe water.

Chiggers and poor personal hygiene were initially major problems for families. Hope Haven’s rigorous health and hygiene training has dramatically improved the issue. Families now understand the importance of cleaning themselves properly to avoid infections and parasites, and to protect their health.

Hope Haven Rwanda is a non-profit organization that delivers outstanding education and life-on-life discipleship to one of the most vulnerable communities in Rwanda.  We cultivate God-given purposes for entire families, offering them a brighter tomorrow with the hope of Christ and practical life skills.  We operate with heartfelt compassion, high levels of competency and within a vibrant Christian community, on a 10-acre campus just outside of Kigali, Rwanda.  We believe that our investment in each individual child and family flows into the neighborhood and eventually transforms the nation.  Christian world-changers are emerging from the halls of Hope Haven Rwanda!

Our newsletter is one way to stay in touch with our students, families and staff.
Joining our mailing list is simple, click here to subscribe.

We currently provide academic and biblical education for children from nursery school through 5th grade. Using a mix of East African and McGraw Hill curriculum, our focus is on teaching children how to think and discover, rather than what to think and memorize. Our 2nd – 5th grade students are also offered Microsoft-based computer classes and online search tool skills in our high-tech computer lab. Hope Haven classes are taught by local teacher who have been trained by qualified volunteers from the USA. All classes are taught in both the local language of Kinyarwanda and English, Rwanda’s National language.

After school, we provide older students with English literacy classes. Through our ministry partner, Hope International, we also offer a biblically-based money management and savings class.

All Hope Haven students are served a morning meal of nutritious porridge. Students in 1st-5th grades who stay for afternoon classes are also fed a healthy lunch of rice, beans, and greens. All meals are prepared in Hope Haven’s charcoal kitchen. A water well with a purification system from Healing Waters supplies the campus with clean, safe water.

Chiggers and poor personal hygiene were initially major problems for families. Hope Haven’s rigorous health and hygiene training has dramatically improved the issue. Families now understand the importance of cleaning themselves properly to avoid infections and parasites, and to protect their health.

Do you love cooking?  Do you have a favorite family recipe that you would like to make for Fr. Terry and Fr. Tim?  If so, we invite you to sign up to cook a meal on a Monday, Tuesday, or Friday.  Meals can be dropped off at the Parish Office between noon and 5:00 p.m. To sign up see Links below.


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