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Original post by rubangura

As you know the library has many resources, kindly share the important ones you can find by replying to my topic. 

Я думаю, что Вы не правы. Я уверен. Могу отстоять свою позицию.


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Original post by Damien Niyonagize

It is clear that mentors are the basic channels in RWANDA education from school levels.

Original post by bikino

Andika Rwanda aims to promote Rwanda’s culture of reading and writing by inspiring relevant, enjoyable, and imaginative stories and poems written by Rwandans for Rwandan children. Students and community members across the country write new, original stories and poems, and the best are published and made available to children across the country. In this way, Rwandan children will not only learn to read, but love to read.

Hi mentors! Did you know that the deadline for writers is this Friday, June 26th?

Original post by Amatta

Original post by Nzeyimana

At my secondary school 4 phones and 5 speakers are down (not charging). When adding P3 lessons to those memory cards one did not come back.

Do what you are supposed to do and keep quiet my friend.

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