A group of women sat under Ficus Natalensis tree, chatting with a glance of smiles at each other as rays of the sun peered through leaves and brightened their foreheads
Tales of women about their journey to Unity and Reconciliation under SEVOTA She had just been raped before her husband and children, and her family
25 years on, SEVOTA’s journey of healing, transformation and rebuilding broken lives of victims of sexual violence during Genocide
Mary’s life journey is an account of a better life and success that was ushered in first with hopelessness that had shadowed the dreams of
Godelieve Mukasarasi, the coordinator and founder of SEVOTA earned a prestigious award for her distinguished role in encountering challenges in the aftermath of the 1994
Project sponsorship in Kigali, Rwanda:During the genocide in Rwanda in 1994, an estimated 250,000 women and girls were raped and maimed, and many were killed.
Godelieve Mukasarasi lost her husband and their daughter. In spite of her tragic story, the 60-year-old is still motivated by her “vision of happy women”.