Photo Credit: Michael Kavanagh
A convicted génocidaire makes mud bricks in a T.I.G camp in eastern Rwanda. The bricks will be used to build houses for survivors of the 1994 genocide.
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|In order to handle hundreds of thousands of people convicted of crimes during Rwanda’s 1994 genocide, the government has set up a unique program of community service for the convicted. They build houses for survivors of the genocide. Some of the convicts say it’s a meaningful form of reconciliation. But some survivors say a house can never replace family members killed in the genocide. Michael Kavanagh reports.|
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