Nyabugogo | Rwanda

It's chaos at Nyabugogo bus central with vendors, moto drivers, and Rwandans going about their business!

I was headed for Nyamata and Ntarama to see genocide memorial at two churches, one of which has a mass grave of 55,000 women, men and children who were tortured and killed there. I heard the story from a young man who survived the genocide when he was 7.

I've read countless books and biographies on Rwandan history, but to see it in reality is just terrible and heart-wrenching.. it is inspiring though to see how Rwandans have been moving forward and doing some great things to build up their nation as one people.

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Hello, I'm Janielle. I’m a muso based in Melbourne. Join me on my quest to embrace people of peace in tough places, inspire creative education where none exists, spark spiritual conversations that challenge the status quo, and collaborate with like-minded young people to catalyze a mission of reconciliation through acts of justice, truth and compassion among the young & free. Being a nomad at heart, I find ‘home’ when I stay with people on the ground, encounter the culture & discover what life's like for others.

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