Commemoration

Survivors Fund (SURF) each year supports a number of commemoration events to mark the anniversary of the genocide on and around the International Day of Reflection on the 1994 Rwandan Genocide on 7th April. This year, we are supporting the … Continue Reading »

Reparation

In its first verdict, the International Criminal Court (ICC) today found Congolese warlord Thomas Lubanga guilty of recruiting and using child soldiers between 2002 and 2003. The verdict is historic, not only because it is the first verdict of the the court … Continue Reading »

KLE

In partnership with AERG (Association of Student Survivors of Genocide), Survivors Fund (SURF) has helped to develop the Kigali Language Exchange (KLE), which is delivering high quality, affordable English language training to all in Kigali. What is unique about the initiative is that 70% … Continue Reading »

Strategic Plan 2012

Over the past year Survivors Fund (SURF) has undertaken consultation with our staff, trustees, partner organisations and supporters to determine our approach to the work ahead over the next three year period. We have factored in the views of all these … Continue Reading »

2012 Preview

The year ahead will be a pivotal time for Survivors Fund (SURF) as well as for survivors of the genocide. Our primary focus will be supporting AVEGA Agahozo to extend the organisation’s work to support widows and orphans of the … Continue Reading »

2011 in Review

Each year we publish a formal annual review of our work, but we take this opportunity to flag up some of our highlights of the past year: New projects – Rolling out a new legal project led by a team of interns from AERG … Continue Reading »