KAYANZA September 7th (ABP) – The support framework for job creation and economic development of Burundi (CACEDEBU) granted on Saturday September 4 120 school uniforms to 120 students of the first three cycles of the Basic School from vulnerable families from different basic schools in the Kayanza school district.
That same association gave notebooks to the children of ex-combatants from Kayanza commune and province (northern Burundi), a check on the site by ABP has disclosed.
Before that delivery of school uniforms and notebooks to the pupils chosen by the communal direction of Education of Kayanza, the members of the CACEDEBU association had first joined the inhabitants of that commune in the work of tracing the curves of levels performed in Bubezi village.
In his occasional speech, the chairman and legal representative of the association CACEDEBU, Mr. Jérémie Ndihokubwayo, indicated that their group supports the government in the implementation of its projects. It is also in that perspective that their association came to assist vulnerable children, he said.
For his part, the spokesperson for that association which militates in favor of community development, Mr. Ahmad Nimbona, indicated that this social assistance is part of the framework of supporting and encouraging education because there is no development without education. On the same occasion, he invited other civil society organizations to follow the model of the CACEDEBU association in order to contribute to the development of the country, especially since, according to him, today we are witnessing associations whose achievements appear only in reports.