Today I am super-happy to post an interview edited along with Andrea Maffei about the Turi Kumwe Onlus. The Turi Kumwe Onlus (TK) is an active association both in Rwanda and Italy whose mission is to help the most sensible and disadvantage parts of the Rwanda’s society, mainly, but not only, children and women. Indeed, as our Philosophical School’s readers and, even more, our Philosophical Action’s members know full well, one of our long-lasting missions is to defend culture and reason through the diffusion of cultural initiatives whose values overlap ours. Therefore, when Andrea Maffei kindly asked me for a possible common project, I immediately agreed and I readily gave the green light with all the enthusiasm I have. I want to kindly and warmly thank Andrea, I wish to Dr Ilaria Buscaglia (president of the volunteer organization) all the best possible and I hope all the best for the TK in order to ground the possibility for a better condition in both Italy and Rwanda and, I would say, in the world. We badly need similar initiatives in our countries inside and outside Italy and EU. Beside, a remark is necessary: Massimiliano Pescarolo’ and Rwandan Chess Federation’s photos are breathtaking and I personally thank them for having shared them with us. Without further ado, I live the stage to the questions and, especially, to the answers. To all the people interested, I encourage them in keeping in touch directly with Turi Kumwe Onlus!