Home PHOTOSTORY 2013 Photos in Media. A Camera is a good archive The bus from Kigali to Gikongoro, through Buhanda Kinyamakara, it was in Gafunzo Place. the photo taken in 2013 shows how a new road under construction was highly affected by floods just before launching it. PHOTOSTORY 2013 Photos in Media. A Camera is a good archive By admin - August 2, 2015 104 0 Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Family of Mwemerankiko Emmanuel and his wife Garatia, sitting in front of their small house, the parents who gave birth the twins, they claimed to be in extremely poverty , leading the to malnutrition of their Kids. in March 2013 Youth in Kanogo place, in Kigali, they were using nets to fish in one pool around as they were pausing at lunch time in 2013 The bus from Kigali to Gikongoro, through Buhanda Kinyamakara, it was in Gafunzo Place. the photo taken in 2013 shows how a new road under construction was highly affected by floods just before launching it. Football team composed by Abasigajwe inyuma n’amateka, in Ngororero ,Kabaya Sector. The team that play with these clothes was targeting to be the champion of Ngororero District through Sectors tournament in 2013 Mukunguri Swamp betweeen Kamony District and Ruhango. The 800 hectares of rice plantation use to be affected by floods. it was reported that the main cause of these floods was the illegal used of sand from the river. Kibeho, at the holy land. in 2013 , the garden of this beautiful church was strongly damaged by these underground animals Bibi Nyiramaso, of Gasabo District in 2013, she and her daughter were one family among 20 of Bumbogo Sector, they were claiming to be compensated RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR AGRICULTURE IN RWANDA RWANDA LIBERATION STRUGGLE ARCHIVES GENOCIDE AGAINST THE TUTSI: 100 PICTURES RUSESABAGINA TO FACE A LIFE SENTENCE-PROSECUTION IN KIGALI, YOU FACE THE SAME BRAND LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.