Agathe - The Play


AGATHE is a multi-award-winning play by Angela J. Davis, directed by Mukul Ahmed and produced in the UK by Raminder Kaur. It tells the story of the life of an overlooked woman in world history, Agathe Uwilingiyimana. ​She was a Chemistry … Continue Reading »

Second-generation survivors born from rapes committed during the 1994 Genocide Against the Tutsi in Rwanda find healing, community, and advocacy at a Foundation Rwanda Counseling Camp. The camps offer participants counseling, career guidance, and reproductive health education. (Serrah Galos/ Foundation Rwanda)

Intare’s Story Featured on NPR

A guest post from our partner, Foundation Rwanda As Rwanda marks the 30th commemoration of the genocide (April – July), the country reflects on the immense progress made while acknowledging the profound scars that remain. While strides have been taken in … Continue Reading »


BBC Radio 4 Appeal

SURF Patron, Actor and Radio Documentary maker, Felicity Finch, has recorded a new BBC Radio 4 Appeal for Survivors Fund (SURF). The Appeal will be broadcast on Sunday 16th June at 7.54am and 9.25pm, and again on Thursday 20th June … Continue Reading »

A group of older people come together for a counselling session


A guest post from Rebecca Tinsley, Founder of Network for Africa There are some things that time does not heal Dear Supporters, This may be familiar to a few people reading this newsletter: you had a relative who returned from … Continue Reading »

Kiziguro Genocide Memorial Site

30 years on

Writing in the Montreal Gazette, Dr Noam Schimmel documents an Opinion piece on “30 years on, how Canada can help Rwandan genocide survivors” that commitments should be made to accept a meaningful number of immigrants on a humanitarian basis, and … Continue Reading »

Kwibuka 30

Intare’s Call to Action

A Call to Action: Healing the Unseen Wounds of Rwanda’s Second-Generation Survivors Born from Rape as a Weapon of War  By Intare R., Second-Generation Survivor, Foundation Rwanda Ambassador Thirty years after the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi, the weight of that … Continue Reading »