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Marie Rose



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University of Rwanda - Huye Campus

Career Medicine

General Nursing


GRAD DATE: Aug 2022


    • September 13, 2021 – Marie Rose shared her favorite song and what it means to her: “My favorite song is “Thank You” by Pentatonix: It expresses a thankful message to God for He is the one who makes us survive in our daily living.”
    • July 16, 2021 – Marie Rose shared what resilience means to her: “Resilience means the ability to return to normal conditions after facing something odd or stressful.
    • March 1, 2021 – Marie Rose said her biggest lessons from 2020 were: “2020 was difficult for many people because of the COVID-19 pandemic. I’ve learned some lessons as listed below:
      Firstly, I’ve learned the power of saving for the future. During lockdown, many people lost their jobs and those who didn’t save for the future have suffered a lot compared to the ones who saved.
      Secondly, I’ve learned that patience is a weapon in case you don’t have the power to change the situation.
      Additionally, I’ve learned to live in the moment and make it more productive.”

Marie Rose’S CIRCLE

  • H. Price Curran – Cayucos, CA


Marie Rose is the second born in a family of five children with both parents. She was born and raised in a rural village in Rwanda, which needed great transformation in different sectors of life. Growing up in such a village, struggling for survival and for school fees, shaped Marie Rose into a responsible, hardworking and courageous person, who is becoming a change maker in her family and community.

Focusing on her studies, guaranteed Marie Rose good marks in her national exam and she was admitted to the University of Rwanda as a general nursing student. She is very proud to be pursuing this career as her goal is to care for both sick and well, contributing to health and well-being as she has been cared for unconditionally since she was born.

In her spare time, Marie Rose likes reading self-improvement books because it upgrades her mind and makes it sharp and aware. She also likes sporting, watching talks done by geniuses, watching health related movies, and attending a public speaking club called Ijambo Toastmasters. This brightens her life and makes it more precious and enjoyable.