Clemence preparing food

Vocational Training

In January 2018, SURF received a grant of £20,000 from the Allan & Nesta Ferguson Charitable Trust to provide vocational skills training and counselling to 50 youth born of genocide rape. The support from the Trust helped to provide skills … Continue Reading »

GAERG celebrates its 15th Anniversary in 2019 (c. The New Times)

Genocide survivors investment fund

Genocide survivors launch Rwf50 million investment fund By Julius Bizimungu, The New Times Groupe des Anciens Etudiants et Elèves Rescapés du Genocide (GAERG), an organisation founded by Rwandan graduate Genocide survivors, has launched an investment trust Fund, dubbed G-Innovation Development … Continue Reading »

Abishizehamwe

Abishizehamwe

Survivors Fund (SURF) works in partnership with AVEGA Agahozo to provide support to genocide widows in the Southern Province of Rwanda through our HIV+ Survivors Empowerment Project which was funded through to March 2018 by Comic Relief and with the … Continue Reading »

Good Gifts Catalogue 2018

Good Gifts Catalogue

Through funding from the Good Gifts Catalogue, an initiative of the Charities Advisory Trust, we have extended our support to thousands of widows and orphans that are beneficiaries of our ongoing livelihoods program, enabling them to become more independent and … Continue Reading »

ELE Graduate

Empowering Secondary School Leavers

With funding from the UK’s Department for International Development (DFID) and in partnership with Survivors Fund (SURF), the National Student’s Association of Genocide Survivors in Rwanda (AERG) implemented the “Empowering Vulnerable Young Survivors who have left Secondary School to Create, … Continue Reading »