We remember the victims of the Genocide against the Tutsi and we teach about peace.
The Kigali Genocide Memorial is like my home. It is where i go to be with my relatives. You feel happy being close to your loved ones.But then it becomes a place of grief because they are gone. I go home after visiting the memorial and leave them there.
The emotion created by the visit of this genocide memorial will stay printed in my heart forever. I’ll encourage people I know to visit the memorial so they can learn how far hatred can go hoping they commit to prevent such a crime wherever and whenever they are. That’s my commitment too.
Our goal is to prevent future mass atrocities and genocides, in Rwanda and the world.
This would not be possible without the generous donations of our visitors and other contributors.
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Peace & Values Education
A number of education programmes are run by the memorial, both onsite and in communities across Rwanda. Here you can learn about the work being done by the Kigali Genocide Memorial and Aegis Trust to build a peaceful and prosperous future.Learn More
Genocide Archive Rwanda
The Genocide Archive of Rwanda is a collaborative project of the Kigali Genocide Memorial, Aegis Trust, and Rwanda’s National Commission for the Fight against Genocide. The objective of the archive is to document the 1994 Genocide against the TutsiLearn More
Ubumuntu values are very close to Rwandan hearts and AEGIS Trust, the organization that manages the Kigali Genocide Memorial on behalf of the National Commission for the Fight Against Genocide (CNLG). Today, Ubumuntu is a concept, a brand, and a message that people carry with them.Learn More
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Kigali Genocide Memorial has been and continues to be a place of remembrance and learning, to honor victims of genocide against the Tutsi and ensure that it never happens again. This video shares highlights of 100 days of Kwibuka24 at the memorial.