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Tuesday, January 28, 2020

Burundian Residents donate to Angela Miyanda’s Kabwata Orphanage

General News Burundian Residents donate to Angela Miyanda's Kabwata Orphanage

The founder of Kabwata Orphanage Angela Miyanda receives the donation from Association of Burundian Residents In Zambia Vice Chairperson Emile Masabarakiza (2nd) with his Chairperson Dieudonne Baranzira handing over the donated goods to Kabwata Orphanage goods worth K 30,000 during the donation
The founder of Kabwata Orphanage Angela Miyanda receives the donation from Association of Burundian Residents In Zambia Vice Chairperson Emile Masabarakiza (2nd) with his Chairperson Dieudonne Baranzira handing over the donated goods to Kabwata Orphanage goods worth K 30,000 during the donation

The Association of Burundian Residents in Zambia has called on parents and guardians in the country to stop all forms of stigma, discrimination and abandonment of children.

Association chairman Emile Masabakiza says stigmatizing, discriminating and abandoning children has got a psychological effect on them.

Reverend Masabakiza says children must be the loved, cared for, respected and emotionally supported in a holistic manner.

He said this when the association presented a donation worth K31, 000 to Kabwata Orphanage and Transit Centre.

The donated items include assorted food stuffs, drinks, educational materials, utensils and a bale of mosquito nets.

And Kabwata Orphanage and Transit Centre Director Angela Miyanda commended the association for the donation.

Mrs. Miyanda called on other organisations in the country to also help in creating an environment that is safe for children.

She said improving the well-being of children should not just be left to parents alone.

Kabwata Transit Centre serves over 500 under-privileged children.

Association of Burundian Residents In Zambia Vice Chairperson Emile Masabarakiza confers with the founder of Kabwata Orphanage Angela Miyanda during the donation goods to Kabwata Orphanage goods worth K 30,000
Association of Burundian Residents In Zambia Vice Chairperson Emile Masabarakiza confers with the founder of Kabwata Orphanage Angela Miyanda during the donation goods to Kabwata Orphanage goods worth K 30,000

Association of Burundian Residents In Zambia Chairperson Dieudonne Baranzira flanked by His Vice Chairperson Emile Masabarakiza showing the donated goods to Kabwata Orphanage goods worth K 30,000 to the founder Angela Miyanda during the donation
Association of Burundian Residents In Zambia Chairperson Dieudonne Baranzira flanked by His Vice Chairperson Emile Masabarakiza showing the donated goods to Kabwata Orphanage goods worth K 30,000 to the founder Angela Miyanda during the donation

Association of Burundian Residents In Zambia Vice Chairperson Emile Masabarakiza with his Chairperson Dieudonne Baranzira handing over the donated goods to Kabwata Orphanage goods worth K 30,000 to the founder Angela Miyanda during the donation
Association of Burundian Residents In Zambia Vice Chairperson Emile Masabarakiza with his Chairperson Dieudonne Baranzira handing over the donated goods to Kabwata Orphanage goods worth K 30,000 to the founder Angela Miyanda during the donation

Association of Burundian Residents In Zambia Chairperson Dieudonne Baranzira flanked by His Vice Chairperson Emile Masabarakiza showing the donated goods to Kabwata Orphanage goods worth K 30,000 to the founder Angela Miyanda during the donation
Association of Burundian Residents In Zambia Chairperson Dieudonne Baranzira flanked by His Vice Chairperson Emile Masabarakiza showing the donated goods to Kabwata Orphanage goods worth K 30,000 to the founder Angela Miyanda during the donation

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9 COMMENTS

  1. This lady ba Angela is as angelic as her name! Whilst most former chakuti chakuti (almost 100% government funded) former GRV wives club have packed up here she is day in day out helping our vulnerable; all the frequent bloggers here can walk-the-talk with their pockets, we would go far! Myself to start and Mushota to follow! Perhaps I’m expecting too much from a lady who even Nick is tired of scrimping!

  2. Ci Ester Lungu myona peku peku is now just concentrating on eating stolen money from docile Zambians.

    • It’s wrong to insult people who can’t defend themselves. You accuse others of harbouring hatred but that’s exactly what you’re doing. Mrs Miyandas work is commendable but that doesn’t mean you should use this chance to insult and accuse people of what they’ve not done.

  3. Is she now fund raising for her perennial loser the Godfoolish one who menaces society all the time by allegedly staging dangerous coup plotting and denying all his shenanigans by hiding behind collective responsibility! But zoona GOdfoolish is a menace to society!

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