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Reparations

Rwandan reparations fund breaks ground but is still not enough, say victims
Twenty-five years ago, between April and July 1994, Tutsis in Rwanda were victims of genocide. JusticeInfo joins the commemorations by publishing over the coming weeks numerous articles, interviews, maps and reports. The first tells the story of the Genocide Survivors Assistance Fund (FARG), created by the Rwandan government and still in operation today. It shows how in a country without resources it was still possible to set up a reparations system, albeit imperfect.
by Emmanuel Sehene Ruvugiro, our correspondent in Rwanda
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