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Solemn delivery of the keys to a house built for a vulnerable widow

ByWebmaster

Jul 4, 2023

GITEGA July 4th (ABP) – The founder of the National Association for the Support of HIV-Positive and AIDS Patients (ANSS), Mrs. Jeanne Gapiya-Niyonzima, donated last week a house she built for Ndayishimiye Espérance, a widow of four children living in the Mugutu village in Gitega commune and province (center of the country), a check by ABP revealed.

In her speech, Mrs. Gapiya-Niyonzima thanked God and other people who continue to support her in her activities.

To that end, she called on anyone who will congratulate her on her 60th birthday, which will be celebrated on July 12, to give her gifts of building materials instead of clothes or other goods, in order to continue to build houses for the vulnerable. She said she also wants to build the ANSS branch office in Gitega.

The adviser to the governor of Gitega in charge of administration and finance, Mrs. Marie Nindemera, thanked the founder of the ANSS for the various acts she performs for vulnerable people living with HIV/AIDS.

According to her, those acts align with the directives of the government of Burundi.

Mrs. Nindemera called on other benefactors to come to the aid of the vulnerable, taking into account the vision of the government of Burundi of an emerging country in 2040 and a developed country in 2060.

As for Mrs. Ndayishimiye, beneficiary of the house, she warmly thanked the founder of the National Association for the Support of HIV-Positive and AIDS Patients, branch of Gitega, who continues to support the vulnerable homeless of which she was a member. She called on other well-wishers to help her, in order to have arable land.

Note that after that activity, the founder of the ANSS met the members of that association in Gitega as part of an exchange and sharing of an alcohol-free drink.