Ahazaza School, like other schools in Rwanda, are all remembering innocent people killed during 1994 Genocide against Tutsi.
The commemoration period, known as Kwibuka (the Kinyarwanda word for Remembrance) is a time to remember and honour victims and comfort survivors. We pay tribute to the sacrifices that brought Rwanda back to life and reflect on our country’s transformational journey in the last 25 years.
Kwibuka 25 calls on Rwanda’s new post-Genocide generation to sustain the benchmark of our morality as a society and the ability to say no to evil. It is one of the steps in the long chain of procedures to de-poison the Rwandan psyche and psychologically rehabilitate the dehumanized psyche of the survivors.