June 2017

Bright Future Secondary School Update


In this issue:
Engineering Ministries International, a non-profit Christian organization, has partnered with ABFM.  The eMi team of professional volunteers will work with ABFM to survey the school site to provide engineering and architectural design drawings for the three phase secondary school project.

June 2017 Newsletter

March 2017

PP and Gertrude 6-15

In this issue:
Pastor Patrick discusses education options in Rwanda.  Unlike the United States education is not free.  Only those with financial resources can afford to send their children to school.  Fortunately, thanks to our generous sponsors, many children who would not have the opportunity to go to school are now attending Bright Future School.

March 2017 Newsletter

December 2016

Porridge For Students

Porridge For Students

In this issue:
As reported in August 2016 the entire eastern province of Rwanda was experiencing the worst drought in several decades.  Some  of our students were not attending school due to prolonged days on not having food at home.  Since October 1 all 450 students at Bright Future School have been served porridge, a mixture of corn flour, sugar and milk.

December 2016 Newsletter

August 2016

Rwandan Drought

Rwandan Drought

In this issue:

The drought in Rwanda is having a major impact on our students; so many of them are not getting enough to eat and are coming to school hungry.  If you would like to help feed our students at Bright Future School, please specify “feed the hungry” and send your donation to:

Africa Bright Future Ministries,
P.O. Box 44676
Boise, Idaho 83711-0676
Phone: 208-871-1075

August 2016 Newsletter














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