The greatest challenge for survivors is to manage painful memories of the past while trying to cope with day-to-day struggles to make a living. To live a successful and meaningful life, survivors need to have access to specialized treatment for physical, emotional and psychological wounds they suffer from as a result of the genocide, as well as be provided with opportunities to help them rebuild their lives.
With good health, a secure place to live, and access to opportunities to rebuild their lives, survivors can overcome the burden of the past and rebuild their lives from a much stronger foundation.
GSSN is therefore looking for partners for our Survivors Support and Advocacy Project, Genocide Prevention Education and Youth Engagement Project, and Cross-cultural Education & Technical Support Services.
For more information about our programs and partnership opportunities, please send us an e-mail at info@GSSNglobal.org