Trip to the National Museum in Huye

In Partnership with the Institut of National Museum of Rwanda and African International Club, we hired two busses to take our children to the Ethnographic Museum in Huye, Rwanda’s biggest Museum.  The day-trip started with an introduction at Root Foundation centre, where 58 children had gathered. Apart from games and warm-ups, we briefed our children on the trip and the right behaviour. The almost 3 hours bus drive couldn’t slow down the interest of our children to discover their own heritage and witness their origin. With a great tour guide we spent two hours inside the museum. Exhausted, inspired and happy, we went to a restaurant in Huye and had Dinner with our children who then mostly slept on the way back home to Kigali. A trip our children hardly ever experience like this was full of entertainment (in the bus), information input and visual experience (inside the museum) and satisfaction (in the restaurant). We are grateful to have African International Club to sponsor this event and the Institute of National Museum of Rwanda to allow us free entrance and a guide tour to the museum. A partnership, we would love to continue in the upcoming years to give our children the chance to go back to their roots – an important step for your self-awareness.

In Partnership with the Institut of National Museum of Rwanda and African International Club, we hired two busses to take our children to the Ethnographic Museum in Huye, Rwanda’s biggest Museum.  The day-trip started with an introduction at Root Foundation centre, where 58 children had gathered. Apart from games and warm-ups, we briefed our children on the trip and the right behaviour. The almost 3 hours bus drive couldn’t slow down the interest of our children to discover their own heritage and witness their origin. With a great tour guide we spent two hours inside the museum. Exhausted, inspired and happy, we went to a restaurant in Huye and had Dinner with our children who then mostly slept on the way back home to Kigali. A trip our children hardly ever experience like this was full of entertainment (in the bus), information input and visual experience (inside the museum) and satisfaction (in the restaurant). We are grateful to have African International Club to sponsor this event and the Institute of National Museum of Rwanda to allow us free entrance and a guide tour to the museum. A partnership, we would love to continue in the upcoming years to give our children the chance to go back to their roots – an important step for your self-awareness.

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