Elderly Genocide survivors commend Unity Club for transformational initiatives


Elderly Genocide survivors commend Unity Club for transformational initiatives

Yanditswe October, 24 2019 at 11:34 AM

Initiatives of the Unity Club in the Southern Province such a Nursing Home and the TVET Karama School in Nyamagabe District have continued to be commended with beneficiaries saying they have helped to transform their lives.

The Club has put a special emphasis on helping vulnerable elderly Genocide Survivors, by constructing for them the Nursing Home in Huye District.

Those living in the Nursing Home, locally known as 'Intwaza', say the help they receive from the First Lady Jeannette Kagame through Unity Club has helped them to find the will in themselves to continue living, despite seeing their entire families wiped out during the 1994 genocide against the Tutsi.

In addition to building the TVET School in Nyamagabe, Unity Club has also helped local residents to prepare the Cyogo Marshland for farming so that it can yield better results.

Founded in 1996 by the First Lady of Rwanda, Unity Club is an association of former and present Cabinet Members and their spouses. 

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