Training for healing and reconciliation target various groups including genocide survivors, genocide perpetrators, HIV victims, refugees and other groups in need. Through healing and reconciliation seminars, community leaders and those deeply affected by the conflicts and hardships (e.g. survivors and perpetrators of the genocide) are provided with the opportunity of learnRead More
The Restoration Justice program aims at helping all groups affected by the Genocide against Tutsis to heal and repair. This is done through:
Helping genocide offenders to enhance their sense of responsibility and commitment to repair, to the possible extent, the harms done to the lives of victims/survivors.
Assisting genocide offenders in carrying out their
In response to God’s calling for reconciliation (2 Corinthians 5:18), REACH exists to serve the people of the Great Lakes region of Africa in supporting their journey towards healing, reconciliation and sustainable development. The ministry of REACH was started by Rev Phibert Kalisa in 1996 following the genocide of 1994 when up to a million people were killedRead More
This program aims at providing REACH visitors with first hand educational package on the Genocide against Tutsis. In details the program provides:
• Firsthand education of the Rwandan genocide and rebuilding effort – to make what is happening in Rwanda personal and real to participants.
• Education on REACH’s ministry and the curriculum used to brings