25 Years On - Youth Counselling in Rwanda
The 1994 genocide in Rwanda is well known. What is less understood is the lingering impact of the genocide on survivors’ ability to lead normal lives and earn enough income to support themselves. Many are heads of child-headed households, some are single mothers, and others are locked in land ownership disputes with relatives who seized their parents’ land when they were killed in the genocide. Working with our partner, the Survivors Fund (SURF), Network for Africa is providing mental health support as part of SURF’s wider programme which offers a holistic package of entrepreneurship training to 1,000 young survivors of the genocide.
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