At the close of 2017, Mukarukundo, born in 2002 and residing in Gateke Village, Cyeya Cell, Rukomo Sector, Gicumbi District, worked as a house help.
Violence against women and girls is one of the world’s most prevalent human rights violations, it has serious short- and long-term physical, economic and psychological consequences on women and girls undermining health, dignity and security of its victims.
Approved by the cabinet last year, Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) was presented to provide a framework that would help offer various changes in regards to accessing justice.
Vulnerable people in society, in this case, women, young girls and children mostly, face a lot of difficulties. They are the ones who generally bear the brunt of any challenge that a community faces, be it poverty, abuse, conflicts among others.
Mutsinzi was sentenced to life imprisonment for killing people during the 1994 genocide against Tutsi.
While growing up, Muteto was told she looked different from all her siblings, something which bothered her because as a child, all you want is to fit in your family.
Angelique Yamuragiye, a resident of Musenyi, Kabeza, Nyagatare, was unfortunate to not know her father and eldest sibling.
Haguruka has been implementing a programme entitled “Reinforcing community capacity for social cohesion and reconciliation through Societal Trauma Healing.”
Gloriose Mukamugisha, a 17-year-old living in Nyakyanda, Katabageme, Nyagatare, struggles with abuse from both her mother and step-father.
Two parties, Leoncie Uwamahoro and Florence Kampire were fighting over property consisting of a house and the land on which it is built.