GAERG Eucharistic Mass

Mass in honour of wiped-out families

By Frank Ntarindwa, The New Times The Genocide Survivors’ Graduates Association (GAERG), in collaboration with Catholic members, organized a solemn Eucharistic Mass to pray for the 15,593 families who were completely wiped out during the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi. … Continue Reading »

Members of GAERG and AERG during the celebration of the 20th Anniversary at Ntarama on March 4. Credit: The New Times

20 years of GAERG

From surviving to thriving: 20 years of GAERG empowering Genocide survivors, supporting Rwanda Patrick Nzabonimpa, The New Times For the past two decades, the Alumni of Genocide Survivors’ Students Association (GAERG) has been devoted to promoting resilience and providing assistance … Continue Reading »

Founder of Triple Investment Group, one of the businesses supported through the GAERG Investment Fund

GAERG Investment Fund

Continuing our series of articles from our Annual Report 2021/22, we outline here our work on our GAERG Investment Fund. Groupe des Anciens Etudiants et Elèves Rescapés du Genocide (GAERG), an organisation founded by Rwandan Graduate Genocide survivors, runs an … Continue Reading »

AERG 25th Anniversary

AERG to mark 25 years anniversary

By Bertrand Byishimo, The New Times The Association of Genocide Survivors Students (AERG) will on Saturday, November 6, mark 25 years’ anniversary of its existence, coinciding with 18 years’ anniversary for the Graduates Genocide Survivors Organization (GAERG). With a theme, … Continue Reading »

Mourners listen to a genocide survivor giving testimony during a commemoration event at Murambi Genocide Memorial in 2017. The uncertainty surrounding the Covid-19 outbreak has heightened mental health problems among the survivor community (photo: Sam Ngendahimana, The New Times)

Call for help for survivors

Kwibuka27: Call for help to survivors as country gears up for commemoration amidst Covid By Nasra Bishumba, The New Times Two weeks before the world commemorates the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi for the 27th time, survivor organisations say that … Continue Reading »