GAERG celebrates its 15th Anniversary in 2019 (c. The New Times)

Genocide survivors investment fund

Genocide survivors launch Rwf50 million investment fund By Julius Bizimungu, The New Times Groupe des Anciens Etudiants et Elèves Rescapés du Genocide (GAERG), an organisation founded by Rwandan graduate Genocide survivors, has launched an investment trust Fund, dubbed G-Innovation Development … Continue Reading »

Volunteers carry a trauma victim during a commemoration event at Murambi Genocide Memorial last year. Sam Ngendahimana

Trauma among genocide survivors

CNLG appeals for effective remedies for trauma among genocide survivors By Emmanuel Ntirenganya, The New Times Trauma among genocide survivors is high and urgent response is needed to help the affected recover from it, the Executive Secretary of CNLG (National Commission … Continue Reading »

Memorial

880 More Families Wiped Out During Genocide Identified. By Emmanuel Ntirenganya, The New Times. Genocide survivors have this year identified 886 families whose 4,256 members were wiped out during the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi. The families were identified in … Continue Reading »

Nyamata

Genocide Remains Decomposing at Major Memorial Site. By KT Press Staff Writer. At a genocide memorial site in eastern Rwanda, remains of more than 40,000 Tutsi victims could soon be no more if urgent action is not taken. The location, … Continue Reading »

Memorial

Rwanda Sets Aside Rwf6bn for Damaged Genocide Memorial Sites. By Jean de la Croix Tabaro, KT Press. Rwanda has embarked on intensive rehabilitation and extension of major genocide memorials, pending a definitive burial for remains and registration of four genocide … Continue Reading »

AERG / GAERG

Student survivors find healing through AERG. By Lydia Atieno, The New Times. After the 1994 genocide against the Tutsi, many survivors lost their families and had no place to call home or a family to lean on. This is how … Continue Reading »

AERG/GAERG

Genocide survivor groups exude hope for the future. By The New Times. Yesterday began the AERG-GAERG Week, when young survivors of the Genocide embark on a countrywide string of social activities. Among them is to show gratitude to the few … Continue Reading »