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The aftermath of Rwanda’s genocide in 1994

The aftermath of Rwanda's genocide in 1994: This incident brought many changes to Rwanda and had a significant impact on the country of the hutu and Tusti

The aftermath of Rwanda’s genocide in 1994

The aftermath of Rwanda’s genocide in 1994: The genocide in Rwanda in 1994 was one of the main reasons why the country became well-known around the world; this incident brought many changes to Rwanda and had a significant impact on the country. During Rwanda’s genocide in 1994, Hutu extremists recruited many young people to spread the doctrine that Tutsis were a threat to Greater Rwanda and that the country’s future was in their hands, thereby increasing hatred of them.

The aftermath of Rwanda’s genocide in 1994

It should also be noted that they provided them with alcohol, food, and other bribes, as well as machetes, which resulted in a genocide in which many Tutsis fled to neighboring countries such as Rwanda. Because of the trauma of the genocide, many Tutsis lost their possessions, were separated from their families, and suffered increasing poverty in the various camps.

The Rwandan Patriotic Front won the war and spread the peace doctrine, resulting in the unification of Rwanda’s two tribes, the Hutu and the Tutsi. When the genocide in Rwanda ended, several reconciliation camps arose to bring the two warring tribes together. In the Bugesera reconciliation camps, two groups of people – the victims and the killers – listen to the killers’ confessions and learn how the victims overcame the tragic events to form a beautiful loving relationship. Take a class to learn more about the genocide when you visit the Rwanda genocide memorial sites.

Memorial Museum: Following the Rwandan genocide in 1994, various genocide memorial museums were established with the goal of reminding Rwandans of the discrimination and hatred they faced and assisting in the creation of a politically and socially stable country. When you visit the various viewpoints to see how the country has changed since that ill-fated time, Genocide Memorial Museums, such as the Kigali Genocide Memorial Museum, serve as a reminder of this. The Bisero Genocide Memorial, Mrs. Kibeho Memorial, Nyamata Genocide Memorial, and Murambi Genocide Memorial are among the other Rwandan museums.

Wildlife was destroyed: Following the genocide, many of the refugees who had fled to neighboring countries returned to Rwanda, but much of their property had been destroyed, and grazing areas had vanished. As a result, many of Rwanda’s national parks (including Akagera National Park) were overrun, many animals were killed, and species such as the rhino in the park became extinct, but the rhino recovered with the help of African Parks. Akagera National Park is one of Rwanda’s most popular national parks, with activities such as boat cruises on Lake Ihema, hunting trips in Akagera National Park where you can see Rwanda’s Big Five animals, bird watching, sport fishing, visits to Humure Refugee Camp, and public tours making it a great place to visit Rwanda. Once you want to learn more from  the genocide history of Rwanda please come and make the safari with Africa adventure vacations.