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The Resilient Women of Rwanda---Twenty-Five Years On

The 25thAnniversary of the Rwandan genocide was marked earlier this week.  While the horrific violence that occurred throughout those 100 days must never be forgotten, the stories of the strength, courage and perseverance of survivors also need to be told. In this powerful and moving article, Marie-Louise, Gloriose and others share their journeys of healing, aided by their own determination, their hopes for their children, and support from the local and international communities.  

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