Community Gardens

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Family in the garden

Community members displaying their harvest

"Although we struggle every day to survive, we can still work and produce vegetables for ourselves and our families.... We want to share the fuits of our own work and efforts."

Dr. E. J. Kennedy & Ms. R. Markusen Visited CGA

On Tuesday, July 13, 2010, Ms. Ellen J. Kennedy, executive director of the World Without Genocide, and Ms . Randi Markusen, who serves on theboards of the World Without Genocide and the Post Genocide Education Fund and is the founder and director of Rwanda Reads, visited the Resource Center of the Community Ga rden s Association (CGA) at Stup. Upon the initiative of Ms. Velma Saric, from the Institute for War and Peace Reporting, this opportunity was used to show the guests our community-based programs addressing the post-conflict reconstruction, reconciliation and healing in practice.

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