Partnering to support survivors

Survivors Fund (SURF) is fortunate to have a number of remarkable partners, which help us to raise funds for our work to support survivors as well as to raise awareness of the situation of survivors in Rwanda today. Network 4 … Continue Reading »

Justice for survivors

Christine Stansell in The New Republic this week published a very powerful essay on Rwanda – The Aftermath and After. The foundation of the article is built on a review of The Strategy of Antelopes by Jean Hatzfeld (published in … Continue Reading »

Income generating activities

Income generating activities are critical to enable survivors of the genocide in Rwanda to be self-sufficient. SURF is fortunate to receive funding from a number of sources to help support the income generating activities of our partners, such as AVEGA. In … Continue Reading »

Advocacy by and for survivors

Advocacy, which I write about in our new annual report, underpins the work of SURF. It is critical to raise awareness of the situation of survivors in Rwanda today, and to secure greater support to enable survivors to rebuild their lives. International … Continue Reading »

A Visit to Rwanda

A Visit to Rwanda

The past 3 weeks in Rwanda have been a happy time, and a sad time. Attending the graduation of the 12 students SURF has sponsored through UNILAK was a happy time. Attending the funeral of the parents of our Co-Chair, … Continue Reading »