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So many great projects have been undertaken in 2018! We even bought a school bus!
Monday, 21 January 2019 Written by fra Ivica Perić

A Review of 2018Thanks to all of you who have selflessly been helping us during the past year, I can happily say that an exceptionally successful year is now behind us. We managed to increase the number of children and youth at Padri Vjeko Centre and we were able to continue with our construction projects. Padri Vjeko Centre now has about 700 children...

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Christmas Card
Monday, 24 December 2018 Written by fra Ivica Perić

Christmas CardThank you Jesus for Your birth, first tears and the joy you bring to all living beings and to all people. On this special day let us open our hearts because this is a day of joy, mercy, salvation and reconciliation. Christmas is the celebration of Christ’s birth. On this day he became a human, he became a child. You should also become a human being...

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Challenges at Padri Vjeko Centre
Saturday, 08 December 2018 Written by Valerie Kae Ken

Challenges at Padri Vjeko CentreWell, once again here I am in Rwanda at Padri Vjeko Centre! I arrived October 4th and “hit the ground running,” as the saying goes... There’s never a dull moment here... And so much to do! The new curriculum that we have been trying to deliver for the past couple of years is proving to be very, very challenging! The organization of the content...

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Cameras for Padri Vjeko School
Tuesday, 13 November 2018 Written by Jayne Carlielle

Cameras for Padri Vjeko SchoolI arrived in Rwanda from Canada with six small point & shoot cameras donated by family and members of our local photography club. The school was very excited to receive these cameras and send their heartfelt thanks. They will be used a lot. The plan was to give students and staff the chance to learn a bit about photography...

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Volunteering Or Visiting At Padri Vjeko Centre, Kivumu?
Wednesday, 05 September 2018 Written by Valerie Kae Ken

Volonter ili posjetiteljVolunteer or Visitor… which are you? A visitor is someone who comes to visit Kivumu, to enjoy the experience of taking in the sights and sounds of Rwanda from a village prospective. A visitor arranges their own time schedule but still respects the timetable of the friary for all meals, prayer times and arrivals and departures. A visitor stays at...

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Kivumu Times

The VTC Padri Vjeko school and all of us working in it, along with the people who live in Kivumu are delighted to welcome the birth of the Kivumu Times. Starting from this issue, our VTC has joined the group of modern schools which communicate in this way with the ones who are interested, while the students and the employees have the opportunity to write about their studying, work, friendship and school in general.

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