Born and raised in Burundi, Elvis returned to his home country after the ’94 Tutsi genocide and liberation war in Rwanda. Always inspired to serve, Elvis once hosted a radio show helping financially needy children access better healthcare. He also volunteered with Every Child to help children from Burundi and Rwanda access better educational opportunities.
Prior to joining Sight and Life, he was the country coordinator, Rwanda and Burundi, for Project Healthy Children, and was the Director-in-Charge for Africa’s Refugees and At-Risk Urban population programs for 11 years. He also worked for the Fulbright Foundation Research Project and later The Hunt Alternatives Fund with The Women Waging Peace Network.

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