Rwanda Tours

Rwanda is moving away from the historical views tainted by genocide, and towards a land of lush green rolling hills, gorilla trekking and cultural home stays. Personally, I found Rwanda much easier to travel around independently. The country has a good road network by African standards and bus links from Kigali to other towns. Kigali … Read more

Why didn’t anyone intervene during the Rwandan genocide in 1994?

This is a question that I have been recently asked via Quora. The issue of the failure of the  international community in preventing the Rwandan genocide is a difficult topic to write about, and I hope hat you will support me in my challenging aim to raise awareness. Before I head into a simplified version of the complexities … Read more

Rwanda Today – Over 20 years since the Genocide

I visited Rwanda twice – for the first time in 2010 (16 years after the genocide) and again in 2012 (18 years after the genocide). I volunteered in Rwanda with a charity called Faith victory Association in Kigali. I worked on a gender-based violence project which involved working closely with women who wear genocide survivors. I am … Read more