KIBAHO, Rwanda – Polish President, Andrzej Duda along with his delegation, is set to conclude his visit to Rwanda with a special trip to the Kibeho Holy Land, where he commended the nuns for their remarkable work in running a school for visually impaired children.
The President expressed his gratitude to President Paul Kagame and other senior government officials for facilitating the visit.
During a speech delivered a day before heading to Kibeho on Thursday, 8th February, 2024, the President emphasized the importance of the nuns’ presence in Kibeho, where they have been providing not only spiritual support but also other forms of assistance to the Rwandan population. He acknowledged their dedication as “wonderful ambassadors” for Poland, having served in Rwanda for decades.
On this Thursday, Polish President and his delegation will have the opportunity to meet with the nuns who have been working tirelessly in Kibeho. Despite the three-hour car journey from Kigali, the President expressed his delight at the chance to visit them and personally witness the impact of their work.
President Kagame Receiving followers from a visually impaired child during his visit in Kibeho/ Photo: File
The nuns of Kibeho have been operating a school for visually impaired children, offering them educational opportunities and support that would otherwise be difficult to access. Their efforts have been instrumental in empowering these children and ensuring they receive an education tailored to their needs.
Poland’s involvement in Kibeho reflects its commitment to making a positive impact on communities around the world. By supporting initiatives that provide education and care for vulnerable populations, Poland continues to demonstrate its dedication to global humanitarian efforts.
Following today’s visit, the Polish President and his delegation will be heading to Tanzania, where they will continue their diplomatic engagements and explore opportunities for further collaboration between the two nations.