Father's Day Parties
HELD ON THE 20/06/2015.
Fathers' Day Party at Holy Cross Crypt, Cromer Street London. It was so much enjoyed by everone. We had lovely speeches from Fathers and Madam Mrs. Leonia
Nkuruziza our Patron.
HELD ON THE 14/06/2014.
Sisterhood Fathers' Day Party at Samuel Lithgow Youth Centre in Camden. Attended by the H.E WIlliams Nkuruziza and Mr. John Isanga represented all Fathers giving a very excellent speech. Thanks to all families that managed to make it.
It was a wonderful journey that was enjoyed by all that made it.
Sisterhood Visit to Sheffield.
The journey to Sheffield was very interesting to all those who attended.
Sisterhood, The Rwanda Community & other Rwandans. Meeting on the 10th May 2015, with Professor Kalangwa and Honourable Justine Mukomba.
It was very interesting to hear excellent work done in Rwanda especially, about the youth in the Country and the wonderful work created to educate the Country.
URUMURI KEEPING MEMORIES ALIVE ON THE 7TH APRIL 2015.
Rwanda Sisterhood Association joined in standing together with Rwandan's and all those who love Rwanda to keep
INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY (IWD)
Rwanda Sisterhood Association held IWD, in Collaboration with The Commonwealth Secretariat on the 07th March 2015.
KWIBUKA 20 YEARS IN BIRMINGHAM
Rwanda Sisterhood Association Members at the Commeration of the Genocide against the Tutsi in Birmingham.
JACKIE'S FAREWELL PARTY
Sisterhood Members Says Goodbye
NDI UMUNYARWANDA WITH HON. PHILBERT NZEGIMANA, MINISTER OF YOUTH AND IT
NDI UMUNYARWANDA CONVERSATION WITH THE UK DIASPORA AT CROWN MOTAN HOTEL.
GLOBAL CONVERSATION - KWIBUKA 20 YEARS - HOUSE OF COMMONS
WITH THE MINISTER OF FOREIGH AFFAIRS, HON. LUISSE MUSHIKIWABO
International Women's Day Conference
Wonderful speech from the Mayor of Southwark, there was lots of Musicians, Artist Speakers and lots of fun on the day.
Association hosts end of Year Family Get-together
To underscore the role of the association, the sisterhood at the end of 2013 organised a Christmas children and family party. Attended by a good number of Rwandans in London, the party was a huge success.