Volunteer
Posted By :Date :superadmin | 08-21-2017
Would you like to volunteering with GAERG or getting experience from professionals? You are most welcome! Doors are open for you! Not only can you support us through donations, but you can offer your time through the volunteer programme. Volunteering work is open to both national and international community. Here at GAERG, we see the importance in community outreach in Rwandan Community. GAERG staff members work very hard to provide a multitude of services the Rwanda society mainly the survivors of the Genocide against the Tutsi. We encourage you to…
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Donate
Posted By :Date :superadmin | 08-21-2017
Donate to provide hope, dignity and fight against the Genocide as well as its ideology. With your support, we can strengthen the capacity of the genocide survivor community, overcome consequences of the genocide against the Tutsi, contribute to genocide prevention globally and reflecting on their role in the sustainable development of Rwanda. Your sport helps people to learn skills to start and sustain their own businesses, helps survivors to build a better life for themselves, their families as well as their communities.
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Learn
Posted By :Date :superadmin | 08-21-2017
What is genocide? A definition… Genocide is an effort to destroy an entire group of people based on their race, religion or ethnicity. The term was invented in 1943 by the Jewish-Polish lawyer Raphael Lemkin. He put together the Greek word “genos” (race or tribe) with the Latin word “cide” (to kill). Dr Lemkin saw first hand the horrors of the Holocaust during World War II. His entire family, except his brother, was killed. In all, six million Jews were murdered between 1939 and 1945, by the Nazi regime. After…
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Partner
Posted By :Date :superadmin | 08-21-2017
From the bottom of our heart we would like to thank individual, institutions, partners and supporters for your support to GAERG work. Your contribution helps the vulnerable survivors of the Genocide against the Tutsi. We are very grateful to our current or former partners below:
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