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November 08, 2007

LPGA player Katherine Hull meets children in Mudasomwa.AUDIO: PLAY | PAUSE | STOPLPGA player Katherine Hull meets children in Mudasomwa.AUDIO: PLAY | PAUSE | STOP

The village of Mudasomwa where children sponsored by LPGA players live.AUDIO: PLAY | PAUSE | STOPThe village of Mudasomwa where children sponsored by LPGA players live.AUDIO: PLAY | PAUSE | STOP

Sixty-seven percent of the population of Rwanda is under the age of 25.AUDIO: PLAY | PAUSE | STOPSixty-seven percent of the population of Rwanda is under the age of 25.AUDIO: PLAY | PAUSE | STOP

20,000 Rwandan children die each year from drinking dirty water.AUDIO: PLAY | PAUSE | STOP20,000 Rwandan children die each year from drinking dirty water.AUDIO: PLAY | PAUSE | STOP

More than 90 percent of Rwandans are farmers.AUDIO: PLAY | PAUSE | STOPMore than 90 percent of Rwandans are farmers.AUDIO: PLAY | PAUSE | STOP

Twenty percent of Rwandan children don't live to age 5.AUDIO: PLAY | PAUSE | STOPTwenty percent of Rwandan children don't live to age 5.AUDIO: PLAY | PAUSE | STOP

The church at Ntamara, where 10,000 were killed, was left as a genocide reminder.AUDIO: PLAY | PAUSE | STOPThe church at Ntamara, where 10,000 were killed, was left as a genocide reminder.AUDIO: PLAY | PAUSE | STOP

Dative Bihoyiki, a genocide survivor, in the church at Ntamara.AUDIO: PLAY | PAUSE | STOPDative Bihoyiki, a genocide survivor, in the church at Ntamara.AUDIO: PLAY | PAUSE | STOP

The genocide museum rests on the mass grave of 258,000 people.AUDIO: PLAY | PAUSE | STOPThe genocide museum rests on the mass grave of 258,000 people.AUDIO: PLAY | PAUSE | STOP

Jeannette Niyitegeka (laying down), an AIDS patient, raises two orphans.AUDIO: PLAY | PAUSE | STOPJeannette Niyitegeka (laying down), an AIDS patient, raises two orphans.AUDIO: PLAY | PAUSE | STOP

In a land of few cars people hitch rides wherever they can.AUDIO: PLAY | PAUSE | STOPIn a land of few cars people hitch rides wherever they can.AUDIO: PLAY | PAUSE | STOP

Walking is the main form of transportation, often with packages balanced on heads.AUDIO: PLAY | PAUSE | STOPWalking is the main form of transportation, often with packages balanced on heads.AUDIO: PLAY | PAUSE | STOP

Rwandans call their home "Land of a Thousand Hills."AUDIO: PLAY | PAUSE | STOPRwandans call their home "Land of a Thousand Hills."AUDIO: PLAY | PAUSE | STOP

Betsy King, who founded Golf Fore Africa, with a baby gorilla.AUDIO: PLAY | PAUSE | STOPBetsy King, who founded Golf Fore Africa, with a baby gorilla.AUDIO: PLAY | PAUSE | STOP

Former LPGA player Renee Powell with the child she sponsors.AUDIO: PLAY | PAUSE | STOPFormer LPGA player Renee Powell with the child she sponsors.AUDIO: PLAY | PAUSE | STOP

LPGA player Reilley Rankin helps plant potatoes in Mudasomwa.AUDIO: PLAY | PAUSE | STOPLPGA player Reilley Rankin helps plant potatoes in Mudasomwa.AUDIO: PLAY | PAUSE | STOP

LPGA player Juli Inkster gets a field ready for planting in Mudasomwa.AUDIO: PLAY | PAUSE | STOPLPGA player Juli Inkster gets a field ready for planting in Mudasomwa.AUDIO: PLAY | PAUSE | STOP

Skills such as sewing are taught by World Vision to break the cycle of poverty.AUDIO: PLAY | PAUSE | STOPSkills such as sewing are taught by World Vision to break the cycle of poverty.AUDIO: PLAY | PAUSE | STOP

Rwandan children make soccer balls out of banana leaves and twine.AUDIO: PLAY | PAUSE | STOPRwandan children make soccer balls out of banana leaves and twine.AUDIO: PLAY | PAUSE | STOP

The players took medical supplies not available in Rwanda.AUDIO: PLAY | PAUSE | STOPThe players took medical supplies not available in Rwanda.AUDIO: PLAY | PAUSE | STOP

Tooth paste and tooth brushes were given to the children by the players.AUDIO: PLAY | PAUSE | STOPTooth paste and tooth brushes were given to the children by the players.AUDIO: PLAY | PAUSE | STOP

President Paul Kagame and First Lady Jeannette attend a golf clinic.AUDIO: PLAY | PAUSE | STOPPresident Paul Kagame and First Lady Jeannette attend a golf clinic.AUDIO: PLAY | PAUSE | STOP

Kigali Golf Club is the only 18-hole course in Rwanda.AUDIO: PLAY | PAUSE | STOPKigali Golf Club is the only 18-hole course in Rwanda.AUDIO: PLAY | PAUSE | STOP

Betsy King and Katherine Hull dance with children in Butare.AUDIO: PLAY | PAUSE | STOPBetsy King and Katherine Hull dance with children in Butare.AUDIO: PLAY | PAUSE | STOP

Reilley Rankin with the two children she sponsors.AUDIO: PLAY | PAUSE | STOPReilley Rankin with the two children she sponsors.AUDIO: PLAY | PAUSE | STOP

Golf World writer Ron Sirak, World Vision staffer Ananais Stentozi and Golf World photographer Dom Furore.AUDIO: PLAY | PAUSE | STOPGolf World writer Ron Sirak, World Vision staffer Ananais Stentozi and Golf World photographer Dom Furore.AUDIO: PLAY | PAUSE | STOP

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