“Too good to miss” short trip to Rwanda
Two decades ago, the nation of Rwanda experienced the worst killings of the 20th century. The genocide against the Tutsi of Rwanda took over a million innocent lives in a period of 100 days. This genocide was qualified by scholars as the fastest killing machine in the history of other genocides and mass killings.
Rwanda is trying to lift herself from ashes but the consequences of the genocide are felt deeply by the Rwandan people, especially the survivors. Rwandans are working together to rebuild their country. There are multiple initiatives that encourage Rwandans to live in harmony, bring unity and reconciliation. A lot of work needs to be done towards healing and forgiveness. Resilience is deeply rooted in Rwandan culture. However, physical and psychological wounds are still fresh among Rwandans.
If you are a healthcare professional, student, internship, teacher, scholar, researcher, or simply ordinary citizen; this is a 10 days short trip to Rwanda; an opportunity to interact with beautiful people of Rwanda; show love to the genocide survivors; give hope to their children and a “too good to miss” opportunity to visit national parks and experience a spectacular wildlife.
If interested to Join this Trip, Please register below