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Arsene I

PROGRESS

OUR GOAL: A CIRCLE OF SUPPORTERS GIVING $300/MONTH OR $3600 FOR THE YEAR

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Rwanda

University of Kigali

Career Technology

Information Technology

CAREER: Engineer

GRAD DATE: Aug 2021

JOURNEY

    • Jan 25, 2018 – An impactful book that Arsene has recently read is Doing Work That Matters by Justin Zoradi. The part that stood out to him was how public speaking and giving speeches is “one of the most effective and efficient ways to share your message and convey leadership abilities.”
    • Dec 18, 2017 – On Christmas in Rwandan Arsene says that traditionally people go to church in the morning and then afterwards they spend time with family having fun and eating special foods. A word Arsene says his friends would use to describe him is “evangelist” because he is always sharing the word of God with others!
    • Nov 11, 2017 – Arsene is thankful to be a These Numbers Have Faces family member. He is excited to be able to visit his family during the Christmas season!
    • Oct 8, 2017- Arsene spent his summer reaching people with the gospel, and many people came to know Jesus! He says he is very excited to about being apart of the These Numbers Have Faces family and plans to use this opportunity to study and do his best in all of his classes.

Arsene I’S CIRCLE

  • K. Pearson – Tigard, OR

BIO

Arsene was raised in his grandparents’ home after the death of his mother many years ago. His childhood was challenging, without access to electricity or clean water nearby, but his community was characterized by happiness and hope.

Arsene is pursuing a degree in Information Technology with the hope of building his own business. Arsene dreams of being an inspiration to other young people, supporting himself and his family, and employing others.

Arsene spends a lot of his free time at church, where he plays piano for the choir. He also participates in a group called Hearts of Charity where they provide food and clothing to those in need!