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Meet Eliane! 

We are excited to introduce to you our Welcome Eliane as our new Children Coordinator

Uwamaliya Eliane is Rwandese born, in the Kicukiro District.
Eliane went to high school for a diploma in accounting, and she is currently completing her Bachelor’s in Accounting.
Eliane is a commited Christian. She was raised in a Christian home and has been involved in Sunday school and has completed many youth trainings. She has served as a children’s teacher at her church and she has served as youth leader too. She has a gift of working with children and youth. She is experience in Rwandan traditional dance, which she has trained many youth to use while praising God. We look forward to seeing her share God’s love with our AOH children through Christian songs, dance, and discipleship.

                

Meet Eliane!


We are excited to introduce to you our Welcome Eliane as our new Children Coordinator


Uwamaliya Eliane is Rwandese born, in the Kicukiro District.

Eliane went to high school for a diploma in accounting, and she is currently completing her Bachelor’s in Accounting.

Eliane is a commited Christian. She was raised in a Christian home and has been involved in Sunday school and has completed many youth trainings. She has served as a children’s teacher at her church and she has served as youth leader too. She has a gift of working with children and youth. She is experience in Rwandan traditional dance, which she has trained many youth to use while praising God. We look forward to seeing her share God’s love with our AOH children through Christian songs, dance, and discipleship.