It Takes A Village to Build a Village: End of Year Giving. 

We've got our land, our architects, our vision. Now let's get the funds!

 
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Our Happy Stories

Imana Kids has been helping kids in Rwanda since 2013. We are always amazed by the support we get from our friends, neighbors, and our generous corporate donors. The stories below highlight how the Omaha | Council Bluffs communities have been involved in helping Imana Kids continue their work in Rwanda.

 Ismail Ntakirutimana, one of our Imana Kids now attending Creighton. Photo by Omaha Magazine Staff.

Ismail Ntakirutimana, one of our Imana Kids now attending Creighton. Photo by Omaha Magazine Staff.

Heard by god - Ismail Ntakirutimana by omaha magazine

The wait was torture. Six months of back-and-forth, missing documents, interviews, and paperwork.  Finally, Ismail Ntakirutimana had a passport in his hands. Now all he needed was a student visa to the United States.  But […]

 Ananias Cyuzuzo, our of our sponsored young men who got his hip replacement surgery at OrthoNebraska.

Ananias Cyuzuzo, our of our sponsored young men who got his hip replacement surgery at OrthoNebraska.

Ananias cyuzuzo - I have no more pain by omaha world herald

Ananias daily life was getting unbearable. He hip caused him so much pain but thanks to a successful hip replacement surgery in Omaha, he is able to resume his daily activities and most importantly gain his smile back.

 Kara & Ryan Higgins, Imana Kids co-founders.

Kara & Ryan Higgins, Imana Kids co-founders.

How rwanda came to steal our hearts

We first went to Rwanda the first time to adopt our two boys Etienne and Zeke. We then went back a second time to visit orphans.

The Omaha World Herald wrote about us in 2014.

 

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