UNILAK Rwamagana Campus and Local Authorities join forces to build homes for neighbors

UNILAK Rwamagana Campus has teamed up with local authorities to construct new homes for two neighboring citizens. This joint effort aims to provide essential support and accommodation to individuals in need while showcasing the university’s dedication to enhancing the well-being of its surrounding community.

The initiative, spearheaded by UNILAK Rwamagana Campus in partnership with local authorities, highlights a significant step forward in their ongoing commitment to social welfare and development. As construction progresses, it symbolizes a tangible expression of goodwill and solidarity within the community.

Dr. Javan Semana, the campus coordinator for Rwamagana Campus, expressed enthusiasm about the project, stating, “Our university strongly believes in the importance of supporting our neighbors and fostering a sense of unity within the community. This endeavor aligns with our core values of social responsibility and engagement.”

Local authorities have also praised the joint effort, emphasizing the positive impact such initiatives have on the community’s overall well-being.

The construction of these homes stands as a testament to the power of collaboration between educational institutions and local governance in addressing societal needs. Once completed, these residences will not only offer shelter but also serve as a beacon of hope and solidarity, fostering a stronger sense of community spirit.