With a backdrop of Rusizi’s lush green scenery, Beatrice Nyiransabimana sits on a bench, ready to share her story with the world.
Epiphanie has been married to her husband for twenty-three years, and together they have 7 children and one grandchild.
James Rutaburingoga was 11 years old when the Genocide against Tutsi happened. He was born to a Tutsi father and a Hutu mother, and was the first born of six children.
Maria (not real name) narrates an ordeal that’s one of those ‘hard to believe’ stories.
Laurence was working as a house help when she got pregnant. The man responsible was a university graduate and a son in that very home she worked.
Among activities to celebrate 25 years of the collaboration between the Netherlands and Rwandan justice cooperation, included a visit to the Legal Aid Forum, of which Haguruka is a member.
Haguruka in partnership with Trocaire convened various stakeholders from national and international CSOs as well as government agencies, in a breakfast dialogue on: “Women Participation in decision-making at the local level.”
On 29-30 September 2015, Haguruka NGO, in collaboration with LANDESA and Search For Common Ground (SFCG), conducted a Quarterly Review and Planning Meeting of the project entitled “Promoting Peace: Managing and Mitigating Intra-Household Property Rights Disputes in Rwanda”.
Johan Bergendorff Visited Haguruka Musanze Center to access and appreciate Haguruka’s contributions in protecting and promoting women and children’s rights. On October 25, 2018, Haguruka was visited by Johan Bergendorff, a Global Health Correspondent and journalist from Swedish Radio (Oxenstiernsgatan 20, 105 10 Stockholm). The purpose of the visit was
In Haguruka’s journey towards attaining its vision of creating a society where women and children can enjoy equal rights and reach their full potential, the organization has initiated 16-days of activism for ending women and children violence. In this regard, on November 25, 2018, Haguruka’s team marched with other people