Rwanda: Cathia Uwamahoro – Genocide Survivor on Finding a New Family in Cricket

To a person who grew up in a two-parent household with a bunch of siblings, it’s quite hard to imagine how life is for someone who happens to be the only sibling, and more to that, raised by a single parent.

During the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi, Cathia Uwamahoro was only six-month-old when his father was killed along with other relatives.

At the time, her family was living in Gisozi, a suburb in Kigali.

Her mother miraculously survived with her. She was the firstborn and for this reason; she…


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