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Rwanda 20 Years Later: a Media Guide to the Women

Wednesday, April 2, 2014

After the genocide two decades ago, Rwandan women, including the late Aloisea Inyumba, buried some 800,000 victims of massacres and devised a system to care for half a million orphans. Now, Rwandan women have rebuilt their nation.

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