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         NDIKUMANA Evariste

NDIKUMANA Evariste
Founder & Legal Representative

kaze,Bienvenue,Welcome

Welcome to our website. We are very happy to welcome you to our website. This website was created by the Batwa themselves and all the publications that will appear here will also be made by the Batwa. Its goal is to talk about the life of Batwa in the past and even today. Many people have published a lot of documents related to Batwa life but since the story was not written by the Batwa themselves, there was a lot of misrepresentation about their real life. The goal of this site is to rectify the situation by allowing the Batwa to write their own story. The second objective is that the entire world will have the opportunity to understand the story of our association: Youth Hope Association founded by the young Batwa themselves whose dream is to change the lives of their Batwa brothers and sisters who live in an undescriptible misery.

ASSEJEBA seeks to restore hope in the lives of the Batwa through education, health and food secure. Hope is one of the greatest assets in the entire world. It is one of the greatest treasures. We encourage the Batwa to '' Keep away from people who try to belittle your ambitions. Small people always do that, but the really great people make you feel that you, too, can become great.” — Mark Twain Hope provides us with motivation to persevere. 
Hope calls us to dream dreams of significance and influence. Hope begs us to work diligently with optimism and promise in fact to promote the lives of our community. We are hope & we give hope. If you want to know more or seek any other information concerning the Batwa Indigenous, you can write to us at our email address: assejeba@yahoo.fr.

Assejeba Pamphlet

NEWS

Ndava good Hope Preschool for Batwa Children
Ndava good Hope Preschool for Batwa Children

''It is easy for anyone to start a work when he/she has partners who will help him/her or when fundi Continue reading

Helping Batwa finding the civil documents (ID cards , birth certificates and mariages licenses)
Helping Batwa finding the civil documents (ID cards , birth certificates and mariages licenses)

Not possessing civil documents prevent many Batwa from claiming social and political rights Continue reading

Visit of U.S Ambassador In Batwa village at kayanza
Visit of U.S Ambassador In Batwa village at kayanza

The U.S. Ambassador to the Republic of Burundi, Anne S. Casper visited the Batwa village in Muhanga, Continue reading



Partners

African Road (Our main international partner).
First Presbyterian Church
U.S. Embassy Burundi
Wesley United Methodist church, Eugene