Patricia with her cow, donated through the Good Gifts Catalogue

Good Gifts

Continuing our series of articles from our Annual Report 2020/21, we outline here our work on our Good Gifts Initiative. Through funding from the Good Gifts Catalogue, an initiative of the Charities Advisory Trust, we have extended our support to … Continue Reading »

Group Counselling Session

Community Counselling Initiative

Continuing our series of articles from our Annual Report 2020/21, we outline here our work on our Community Counselling Initiative. Through counselling for women victims of genocide rape, Survivors Fund (SURF) and Foundation Rwanda have provided counselling in a well-structured … Continue Reading »

EVKEP Beneficiaries Meeting

EVKREP

Survivors Fund (SURF), in partnership with AVEGA Agahozo, have been awarded a grant of $93,604 for an 18-month project from the Addax & Oryx Foundation. The Empowering Vulnerable Genocide Widows in Karongi and Rutsiro Districts to Alleviate Extreme Poverty (EVKREP) … Continue Reading »

I Am Leah

I am Leah

A new theatre and radio play explores the search for identity of a Rwandan refugee who came to the UK as a child. A live filmed performance, and Q&A with the cast, will be made available on Sunday 13th June … Continue Reading »

Pictures of victims of the Genocide against the Tutsi archived inside Kigali Genocide Memorial. (Sam Ngendahimana)

Genocidaires in France

French journalist ‘discovers’ three top Genocidaires living scot-free in France By James Karuhanga, The New Times Three suspects under the ‘first category’ of perpetrators of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi live in France, unhindered, according to an expose by … Continue Reading »

A gathering of women survivors at a Solace Ministries meeting, near Kigali, Rwanda, in 2010 (Donald E. Miller)

Trauma and the Pandemic

Why genocide survivors can offer a way to heal from the trauma of the pandemic year Donald E. Miller, The Conversation The pandemic has been a period of acute trauma at many levels. More than 3 million people have died … Continue Reading »