One lady said that during the genocide, she lost her three children and many family members. In July 1994, her husband was put in prison, until now. She was assisted by PHARP and she is testifying: “PHARP brought us together. I was given an opportunity to share my suffering, other women listened to me and I felt loved and my loneliness went off. I got friends, we work together and I have got hope for the future.
I was encouraged to work after a long time without working as I had feeling that work was useless.
Today, my house is repaired, I work hard, my cow generates enough income to pay school fees for my son. I am thankful to God, to PHARP and to the women who supported me”.