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Rwanda’s Genocide Orphans Still Struggling

The Rwandan genocide left behind an estimated 400,000 orphans.  Some, now adults, found refuge in the Kigali slum Giporoso.  Aid organizations raise money for Giporoso’s genocide survivors with street performances, but their problems remain overwhelming.   “My name is Negenzi Ali.  I’m 23-years-old. Since 1997 I was in this Giporoso, alone, because I am orphan from Genocide. Have no dad, no mum, no sisters,"  said Ali.   “I decided to be a tattoo...

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