Alicia Fox and Natalya in Rwanda - Day three: photos
"This mountain barely supports 16,000-plus refugees who are hidden from the rest of the world," she says.
The Divas visited a second refugee camp in Rwanda to pass out mosquito nets at the Kiziba Refugee Camp.
The Kiziba Refugee camp was a three-hour, 100-mile ride into the mountains of Rwanda.
"It's a camp three hours southwest of Kigali, Rwanda. You have to take a very steep and bumpy dirt road that winds around a mountain for an hour until you reach the top of the mountain," Alicia explained.
"My heart suddenly filled up with all kinds of emotions," Alicia said.
"After looking deeply into their eyes - I knew without having to say a word - they understood what I was feeling," she said. "They knew emotion better than anyone."
"Our visit to this camp only reminded me of how powerful this trip is for me, WWE and Nothing But Nets," Natalya said. "How did I get so lucky to be able to do this?!"
The Divas taught the children how to make John Cena's "You Can’t See Me" wave.
"We were taken into an open-air structure to distribute life-saving nets," Alicia said. "I had no idea that I'd be walking in to greet hundreds of women holding their small infants and babies."
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"We wanted to remind them that they can be seen and that they aren't invisible," Natalya said of teaching them Cena's wave. "We see them plain as day and hear them loud and clear!"
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