ADFA MISSION ABANA
In Rwanda, ABANA means KIDS and at All Day FORE Africa, that's what we're all about!
Our kids in Kibeho are hungry and for them, less than 45 cents per day can make a HUGE difference...for better health, improved studies and overall HOPE FOR THE FUTURE.
In partnership with Fr Leszek and The Marian Fathers in Kibeho, we started ADFA Mission Abana in 2014.
Through our fundraising efforts we help produce, manage and provide a nutritious meal for our students at Nyrashishi Primary School and The Blind Children's School.
Over the past few years we have seen first hand what a difference this Mission ABANA food is making for our friends in Kibeho.
This mission not only feeds the children, but also helps to grow the local economy. We are so grateful to be able to support The Seven Loaves Project, a bakery at the Cana Center, through our purchase of the nutritional rolls for our students.
Because of Mission Abana, the bakery is thriving and employing local villagers.
Meet Bosco...he is an employee at the Seven Loaves Project Bakery located at the Cana Center in Kibeho.
We purchase all of our nutritional rolls from this bakery which helps sustain good jobs for the bakery.
Bosco is happy to be working a full time job at Seven Loaves. This has given him the opportunity to go to college at the University in Butare located about 25 miles from Kibeho. He is studying economics and hopes to have his own business one day.