Move with Africa is an action meant for the young. Interculturality, world citizenship, north-south relations; these are the themes that the action initiated by Belgian newspaper La Libre Belgique takes on, in partnership with ten development cooperation actors, the Belgian ministry of Development Cooperation, and the ministry of Education of the Wallonia-Brussels Federation. Within the scope of this project, Pauline describes her stay in Rwanda with Vétérinaires Sans Frontières Belgium.
“An experience that leaves food for thought”
After having slept a little longer than usual, with great cheer among the majority of us, we lunch quietly in Kigali before a debriefing. The general opinion is that all seems almost perfect. Martin, who works for Vétérinaires Sans Frontières Belgium, learned some French expressions that he is fond of using…
Building a kitchen garden
Seated in the shade of a banana tree at the terrace of our hotel, Corentin and I (Lyam) would like to take a few minutes to tell you about our adventures this day. We left around 8:30 in the morning, once our picnic was safely loaded into the 4×4.
Meeting the agronomy and veterinary students of Kabutare
A new day begins for us at 7:00 am. A little school excursion! Nothing is better than a good omelet before we pile into the jeeps. We’re full of energy, which will be necessary as we’re about to face the perilous and rocky roads of Africa.
Mwaramutse young Belgians!
Move for Africa is an awareness campaign on development cooperation, organized by the Belgian newspaper La Libre Belgique. Students from the Collège de Bellevue in Dinant travelled to Rwanda to discover the projects of Vétérinaires Sans Frontières Belgium. They exchanged experiences with the local population to get a better view of development issues such as poverty and food security. On their trip, they wrote a blog.