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RWAMAGANA, RWANDA (APRIL 2, 2019) (REUTERS) EXTERIOR OF THE AGAHOZO SHALOM YOUTH VILLAGE AMID LUSH LANDSCAPE VARIOUS OF GENOCIDE SURVIVOR, VICENT DE PAUL RUHUMURIZIA, AT A GROUP SESSION AND SITTING NEXT TO CARETAKER EMERITHE MUKARUSAGARA YOUNG WOMAN TALKING DURING GROUP SESSION YOUNG MEN RAISING HANDS (SOUNDBITE) (English) GENOCIDE SURVIVOR, VICENT DE PAUL RUHUMURIZIA, SAYING: "The first time I asked her (my mum) the story, what happened in the genocide? I remember I was in P5 and she tried to talk something but again she started to shout, she cried, she became much traumatized because I am asking such story. Since that time, I stopped asking her anything like that. I spoke to people who knew her before who have some stories, I heard that she got some troubles in the genocide, she was bitten, she was raped I heard that these are very strange things that I cannot push and ask her now. Since that time I have fear to ask her anything about that so she cannot be in that situation." VARIOUS OF ORPHANS AND REFUGEES FROM BURUNDI AT THE AGAHOZO SHALOM YOUTH VILLAGE EATING AT A DINING HALL VARIOUS OF EMERITHE MUKARUSAGARA, CARETAKER AT THE AGAHOZO SHALOM YOUTH VILLAGE, EATING VARIOUS OF MUKARUSAGARA INSPECTING YOUTHS WASHING DISHES IN KITCHEN VARIOUS OF YOUNG WOMEN WASHING DISHES (SOUNDBITE) (Kinyarwanda) CARETAKER OF THE AGAHOZO SHALOM YOUTH VILLAGE, EMERITHE MUKARUSAGARA, SAYING: "Raising children of a country like these, raising the children who don't know or have their mothers and father and you help them until they call you their mum, then they become adults, makes me so proud. I have more than 10 children that bring joy when they call me their mum, it is a big contribution I give, and I thank this village which gave me this work of raising children who don't have the parents." VARIOUS OF MUKARUSAGARA AND RUHUMURIZIA WALKING AND TALKING IN THE COMPOUND (SOUNDBITE) (English) GENOCIDE SURVIVOR, VICENT DE PAUL RUHUMURIZIA, SAYING: "You know when you reach the village; they use to teach every day the benefit from this, there is philosophy behind of having mama in the village, having brothers in the village. In end that came to be also like my motto - think that someone is my brother and acting, giving him common life as my brother that helped me a lot."
Dateline: 2019

Now Grown Up: The Rwandan Genocide Orphans Who Found A Bigger Family

Item ID: 112037187

By: Reuters

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