No longer an outcast



The family of Diogene Uwimana was about to break up due to his role in the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda. After his release, he faced rejection and mistreatment from his wife and children, who were not ready to live with a genocide perpetrator. The good relationship and trust were restored after the couple and their children attended a community-based multifamily healing space created by Interpeace in Bugesera District, eastern Rwanda as part of its societal healing programme.