Have you reached home after work and everyone runs to you with hugs and kisses; asking you about how your day went and throwing all the stories and events that happened throughout the day? That is to catch you up! Someone at home would help you with your bag if you carry one or your purse usually for ladies. Most of the time, they ask you “ what did you bring for us?”
For a long time, human nature has always been acquainted with entertainment. Normally life can be stressful, and people need to relax. Being entertained by others is a wonderful way to take some time out of life. It can reduce stress and make life's issues easier to face. Even just a few hours can make a big difference.
A letter to “You”
Yes, you. My name is “24.” Mind you, I was merely a number until this time. This time that I have been backed up by a story so moving.
Seeing Rwanda today, it is so hard to convince someone that in the past few years Rwanda was a land shaded by innocent blood with no hope for the future nor would anyone wish to ever stay there. In 1994, there happened a historical tragedy and atrocity in Rwandan history, the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi.
“A nation’s culture resides in the heart and in the soul of its people” said by Mahatma Gandhi.
Every nation has its own culture just as much as our beautiful nation, Rwanda. The way we live, the traditions and customs that dominate our lives are all part of our culture and no society can exist without a culture. Culture is a treasure that every nation should admire and cherish as it is passed on from generation to generation.
Since early childhood, we have been educated and shaped by our family and also by our society. As we grow up and gradually leave the family environment, we find ourselves confronted and confronted by people who have also grown up with other values, other world views or different cultures. Since early childhood, we have been educated and shaped by our family and also by our society. As we grow up and gradually leave the family environment, we find ourselves confronted and confronted by people who have also grown up with other values, other world views or different cultures.
Since long time ago in Rwanda there were traditional concerts that aimed at putting together villages, families, kingdoms or any other peoples with a certain relation but especially for strengthening their relationships which was common in many of the ancient Rwandan families.
Rwanda is a beautiful country. Or at least, so I’ve heard. As the child of Charles Shima Kishi, founder and CEO of ZaNiheza, I would like to go to Rwanda, the country where my father was raised, the country which my father returned to after 24 years, the country I have heard of in stories and seen in pictures. I want to eat food. See the sights. Embrace the culture. I mean, Rwanda is like a tiny little treasure trove of culture, right in the middle of Africa, awaiting attention. I think ZaNiheza will help dig up this treasure and show it to the world.
Over a half of the whole world population is youth. So it is essential that youth are equiped with all the necessary and vital elements to boost development in all corners. We want our youth to be the engine we seek. However, most of the time we forget that they deserve, their own, seat on the table to discuss, be understood, and learn. We are that table, here is their seat.
Most of us like to travel to different places for a variety of reasons. To enrich ourselves, to educate ourselves, to encounter new people, all in a well packaged touristic experience. What we seek for is available but how do we know where or to who to go? It's simple... ZaNiheza is here for you!
Some of us choose how to live, and on the contrary some of us live according to how our ancestors did so. In the technologically advancing world, how do both types of lifestyle exist together?! Well, we don't have an answer... But the articles below do!