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Genocide survivors get 100 houses in Southern Province

Posted on 06 April 2014

Esther Icyitegetse , a beneficiary receives leaders in her new house

Esther Icyitegetse , a beneficiary receives leaders in her new house

Over 100 houses were donated to Genocide survivors in the Southern districts of Kamonyi and Muhanga. The houses were constructed by the Reserve Force (Inkeragutabara) funded by The Ministry of Local government.

“Under the common cause of settling vulnerable genocide survivors, Inkeragutabara have done a remarkable job. They as well renovated over 33 houses for the genocide survivors in this district,” says Jacques Rutsinga, Mayor of Kamonyi district.

 

Muhanga district Mayor, Yvonne Mutakwasuku said the district plans to renovate 66 houses for genocide survivors. The Inkeragutabara intends to construct and renovate 800 houses of genocide survivors by 2014.

Some dilapidated houses that were renovated in the South

Some dilapidated houses that were renovated in the South

Apart from getting renovated and newly constructed houses, the 1994 Genocide survivors in Karambo village of Ngarama cell in Kabacuzi sector, Muhanga district were given household materials by their local leaders with support of residents.

Residents of Nyamugari village in Gacurabwenge sector in Kamonyi district were given a krall for goats by the Minister of Defence and the Minister of Local governments gave 8 cows to vulnerable families.

 

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