Join us in thanking the Parks family, who rallied their network of family and friends back home to help support Rwandan families! Atlanta natives Erin and Colton Parks live and work in Kigali and collected donations from more than 100 people in the United States. Working with Rwandan friends and local government offices, they were able to distribute food to more than 10,600 families. We’re proud of these “All of America” initiatives to support the people of Rwanda during this global public health challenge. Watch the full video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U8PnQ09JJPk.
Leta zacu ni abafatanyabikorwa mu bijyanye n’ubuzima. Kandi Abanyamerika, imiryango inyuranye n’ubucuruzi bunyuranye by’Abanyamerika barimo gufasha Abanyarwanda mu kurwanya Corona. Reka twumve inkuru imwe muri zo. Erin na Colton Parks bakomoka Atlanta, ubu baba bakanakorera mu Rwanda. Bakusanyanyije inkunga bahawe n’abavandimwe babo n’inshuti baba muri Leta Zunze Ubumwe z’Amerika, maze bafatanije n’inshuti zabo z’Abanyarwanda, ndetse n’inzego zibanze, babashije gutera inkunga yibiribwa imiryango isaga 10,600 y’Abanyarwanda.
Our two countries cooperate together on public health. And American citizens, organizations, and businesses are helping Rwandans fight coronavirus, too. Let’s listen to one of these stories. Atlanta natives Erin and Colton Parks live and work in Rwanda. They collected donations from more than 100 family and friends in the United States and worked with Rwandan friends and local government offices to distribute food to more than 10,600 families.