Doireann Garrihy has opened up about feeling nervous ahead to her trip to Rwanda.
The Irish influencer is venturing to the African country with her dad Eugene today, to see the work done by Irish charity Bothar.
Bothar helps to provide livestock to deprived families who can utilize the gift of a farm animals to provide for their families and create an income.
Speaking on her social media pages last night, Doireann said: “Off to Rwanda tomorrow morning with my Dad. So looking forward to it – little bit nervous but so looking forward to it.”
“Recently Dad and I went to Shelton Abbey prison down in Wicklow where the cows – well the cows have gone over to Rwanda but we met them before they went over at Shelton Abbey where they’re looked after and cared for by the prisoners.”
“It’s an open prison down in Wicklow, so we met them down there.”
— Doireann Garrihy (@DoireannGarrihy) October 28, 2019
Posting from the airport this morning, Doireann shared their journey from Dublin to Amsterdam as they flew to catch their connecting flight to Rwanda.
“I m looking forward to it, bit anxious about it but looking forward to it,” explained Doireann’s dad Eugene as they awaited their second international flight.
Doireann previously explained that she and her Dad will be visiting communities impacted by Bothar’s work.
“We’ll be seeing how Bóthar’s airlift of in-calf Irish heifers are settling in after being handed over to widows of the horrific genocide, among lots of other things,” she posted to Instagram.
“I’ll be sharing daily updates along the way. There’s no one I’d rather do this with than Euge,” she wrote.
The charity gave 400 Irish dairy cows to deprived families in 2018.
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