FARG enhances social protection of Genocide survivors

As the 22nd commemoration of the genocide against the Tutsi gets underway, the Fund for Neediest Survivors of the Genocide “FARG” gives an insight into what they have been able to achieve over the years.

By Steven Muvunyi

As the 22nd commemoration of the genocide against the Tutsi gets underway, the Fund for Neediest Survivors of the Genocide “FARG” gives an insight into what they have been able to achieve over the years.

 

FARG was established in 1998 to support survivors of the 1994 genocide against the Tutsi. It is mandated to promote the social welfare of the neediest survivors of the genocide against the Tutsi.

 

In partnership with other organizations like AVEGA Agahozo, Ibuka, CNLG, AERG among others, FARG has notable achievements to reflect on.

 
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