A 23-delerigation was made by two RBC employees and 23 journalists from Difference media working in Rwanda , as part of their visit to ECD RUBAVU for their role in fighting malnutrition.
In the first 1,000 days of life, babies’ brains form new connections at a pace never repeated again. Over 80 per cent of a child’s brain is formed by the age of 3, and up to 75 per cent of each meal goes directly to building a baby’s brain. These first 1,000 days have a lasting effect on a child’s future, and there is only one chance to get it right. ECD RUBAVU is about supporting a child in these critical early years, providing holistic access to early learning, good nutrition, hygiene and protection.
A 24-delegation was made by 3 Employees from RBC and 21 journalist from RBA ,Igihe.com, Isangostar TV, Isango radio, flash TV, BTN,izuba radio, Salusi Radio ,ISIBO TV,HUGUKA Radio and the newtimes They visited ECD RUBAVU and ECD RUBAVU CROSS BORDER these ECDs play an important role in fighting childhood malnutrition and caring for the health of young children
Gentille Mukandayisenga :ECD caregivers says that “The children are well taken care of, we prepare a full diet of vegetables, and these vegetables are grown by us as you can see in these fields, A child who has a good diet grows well and is beneficial to the country, that’s why we thank ADEPE for thinking of bringing these ECDs because it helps us in raising our children well ”
The kitchen garden plays an important role in combating malnutrition among children, There are many different kinds of vegetables, which are fed to the children who come to these ECDs