Chantal Mutuyimana stood in a crowd in Kayonza District and spoke. The mood was sombre but her conciliatory tone lifted the spirit. The 34-year-old said: “I have left my two-year-old
Peace building and psychosocial support is one of the most impacting initiatives that Prison Fellowship Rwanda has introduced since its inception. Community-based initiatives related to mental health and social cohesion at grassroots level are implemented in communities and in prisons to resolve conflicts, mitigate crimes, promote practical reconciliation, social cohesion and to contribute to the efforts towards sustainable peace in Rwanda.
Our work supporting Peacebuilding & Psychosocial
Bishop Deogratias Gashagaza is the Executive Director and one of the founders of Prison Fellowship Rwanda (PFR), a not-for-profit, inter-denominational Christian organisation that reaches out to people involved in and
The project was launched one month ago in Mbyo Village of Unity and Reconciliation located in Bugesera district. The village accommodates perpetrators of the 1994 Genocide against Tutsi, survivors and