A Youth Counselling Group in Kibeho, conducted by AERG and coordinated by SURF with funding from Network for Africa (Chrystal Ding)

Kwibuka 26

Today, Tuesday 7th April, marks the UN International Day of Reflection on the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda which this year will not be marked by any public events, due to Covid-19, but instead by a series of … Continue Reading »

SURF January 2020 Newsletter

SURF Newsletter

Each month we publish a newsletter with the latest developments on our work, for which you can subscribe here. Our most recent newsletter includes information on our work with Network for Africa, as well as the success of our Big … Continue Reading »

Foundation Rwanda Group Members

Foundation Rwanda Update

Happy Holidays to our extended Foundation Rwanda Family!  Times are still hard for many survivors in Rwanda, particularly in light of the 25th anniversary of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda and the ongoing release of genocide convicts over … Continue Reading »

SURF Rwanda Office

Annual Report and Accounts

Each year Survivors Fund (SURF) publishes its Annual Report and Accounts, which are officially filed with the Charity Commission. Our 2018 report is now thus publicly available to download and read here. Over recent weeks we have published our Annual … Continue Reading »

Samuel Munderere, Chief Executive of Survivors Fund (SURF)

Annual Message from SURF CEO

As a prelude to the publication of our Annual Report 2018-19, we feature from it a message from the Chief Executive of Survivors Fund (SURF), Samuel Munderere: This was a milestone year for Survivors Fund (SURF). We launched our new strategic … Continue Reading »

25 Years On Film

25 Years On

Today marks the International Day of Reflection on the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda and the start of the 100-day commemoration in Rwanda which runs through to July. 25 years on from the genocide, it is as important … Continue Reading »

Foundation Rwanda

Foundation Rwanda

Since Foundation Rwanda’s inception in 2007, Survivors Fund (SURF) has been a key partner in providing life-changing services to the Foundation Rwanda families, addressing the education and counselling needs of young people conceived by rape during the 1994 genocide committed … Continue Reading »