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KIGALI CITY, Rwanda - Rwanda Kicukiru District Mayor Jules Paul Ndamage (left) guides Anne Casper (center), U.S. Embassy to Rwanda, Charge d'Affaires and school headmaster John Rwagasore through the dining hall of the newly-built Masaka Secondary School refectory July  9, 2010. Equipped with a kitchen, storeroom and new furniture, the refectory provides the school's 500 students with a place to have lunch. Rwanda Ministry of Education partnered with the U.S. Embassy of Rwanda and Combined Joint Task Force - Horn of Africa to expand the school with the refectory, a teacher's lounge, 12-stall latrine, a sports field and furniture. (U.S. Navy photo by Petty Officer 1st Class Larry Foos)
KIGALI CITY, Rwanda - Rwanda Kicukiru District Mayor Jules Paul Ndamage (left) guides Anne Casper (center), U.S. Embassy to Rwanda, Charge d'Affaires and school headmaster John Rwagasore through the dining hall of the newly-built Masaka Secondary School refectory July 9, 2010. Equipped with a kitchen, storeroom and new furniture, the refectory provides the school's 500 students with a place to have lunch. Rwanda Ministry of Education partnered with the U.S. Embassy of Rwanda and Combined Joint Task Force - Horn of Africa to expand the school with the refectory, a teacher's lounge, 12-stall latrine, a sports field and furniture. (U.S. Navy photo by Petty Officer 1st Class Larry Foos)
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