The existence and development of the Genocide Archive of Rwanda relies on the generous contributions of public and private donors and supporters . Learn more about the friends of the Genocide Archive of Rwanda and find inspiration on the different ways to support the work we do to preserve the memory of the 1994 genocide of the Tutsi in Rwanda.
  • UK Department for International Development (DfID)
    DfID is the United Kingdom government department responsible for administering overseas aid. In Rwanda DFID supports progress towards the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), focusing on education, health, agriculture and social protection.
  • Swedish International Development and Cooperation Agency (Sida)
    Swedish aid contributes to ensuring that development in Rwanda takes place in an environmentally peaceful and sustainable way.
  • Kingdom of the Netherlands Embassy
    Netherlands support to Rwanda is focused on the creating a strong justice system, reconciliation efforts, promotion of human rights and fighting against the genocide. This support provided to the justice system strengthens infrastructure, training and equipment.
  • The Annenberg Foundation
    The Annenberg Foundation is a family foundation established in 1989. Founded by Walter H. Annenberg, the Foundation supports the worldwide community through its grant making, technical assistance and direct charitable activities. The Annenberg Foundation supports the development of more effective ways to share ideas and knowledge.
  • The University of Texas Libraries (UTL)
    The University of Texas Libraries (UTL) is the fifth largest academic library in the USA. Though its Human Rights Documentation Initiative (HRDI), UTL contributes to the long-term preservation of fragile and vulnerable records of human rights struggles worldwide, the promotion and secure usage of human rights archival materials, and the advancement of human rights research and advocacy around the world.
  • The University of Southern California Shoah Foundation (USC SF)
    The University of Southern California Shoah Foundation (USC SF), the Institute for Visual History and Education is a nonprofit organization established by Steven Spielberg in 1994. Originally aimed at recording and preserving testimonies of survivors and other witnesses of the Holocaust, the Institute's Visual History Archive is expanding its collection to include testimony from survivors and witnesses of other genocides, including the Genocide of the Tutsi in Rwanda.
    GLIFOS is a guatemalan company specialized in developing software for managing document collections, video collections, libraries and institutional portal.
  • Ministry of Sports and Culture (MINISPOC)
    The Ministry of Sports and Culture oversees 5 agencies including the National Commission for the Fight Against Genocide, National Library and Archives and the Institute of National Museums of Rwanda to develop and support implementation of policies and strategies that lead to make culture foundational to Rwanda's development agenda.
  • The National Commission for the fight against Genocide (CNLG)
    The CNLG is the Ministry of Sports and Culture agency in charge of preventing and fight against the genocide and the genocide ideology. With the objective of building a world free of Genocide and Genocide ideology, CNLG addresses genocide issues both within and outside Rwanda; which includes the support to the creation of a national research and Documentation Centre on Genocide.
  • Rwanda Development Board IT (RDB-IT)
    Guided by the objective of transforming Rwanda into a dynamic global hub for business, investment, and innovation, Rwandan Development Board's work includes all aspects related to the development of the private sector. The ICT Information and Communication Technology Department of RDB is a central engine to driving Rwanda's transformation to a knowledge based economy.
    Ibuka, which means "Remember" in Kinyarwanda is the umbrella association for Genocide survivors' organizations working on survivors support and focusing memory, justice and peacebuilding. IBUKA provides information and content useful for the development of the Genocide Archive of Rwanda.
  • Never Again Rwanda (NAR)
    Never Again Rwanda is a human rights and peacebuilding organization founded in response to the 1994 genocide perpetrated against Tutsis. Guided by a vision of a nation where citizens are agents of positive change, NAR aims to empower Rwandans with opportunities to become active citizens through peacebuilding and development. NAR provides information and content useful for the development of the Genocide Archive of Rwanda.
  • Association des Veuves du Genocide Agahozo (AVEGA)
    AVEGA Agahozo is the Rwandan National Association of Genocide Widows which has operated on a national level since 1995. Its action is focused on the specific support that widows of the genocide and their dependents need as a consequence of the physical and sexual violence endured. AVEGA provides information and content useful for the development of the Genocide Archive of Rwanda.
  • Association des élèves et étudiants rescapés du Genocide (AERG)
    The AERG, association of student survivors of genocide Created was created in 1996 to connect and represent all students survivors and assist young survivors towards their rehabilitation into society, and assist then into designing a better future including education [promotion in collaboration with FARG - Government of Rwanda Assistance Fund for Survivors -. AERG also advocates for the ongoing needs of survivors, and encourages them to contribute to the eradication of the genocide ideology. AERG provides information and content useful for the development of the Genocide Archive of Rwanda.
  • Groupe des anciens étudiants rescapés du Genocide (GAERG)
    GAERG is an organization founded by Rwandan graduates Genocide survivors with a mission of creating a world where the memory of genocide is preserved and a self-sustaining genocide survivor's community exists through education and capacity-building, socio economic development, and advocacy for beneficiaries. GAERG provides information and content useful for the development of the Genocide Archive of Rwanda.
  • Dukundane Family (D.F.)
    Dukundane Family is an association of Young Survivors founded in 2007 by former members of Survivors' Students Association in St Andrew College (AERG St Andre). D.F. provides support to families affected by the families. D.F. provides information and content useful for the development of the Genocide Archive of Rwanda.
  • Rwanda Broadcasting Agency: RADIO RWANDA
  • Rwanda Broadcasting Agency: RWANDA TELEVISION
  • Center for Conflict Management (CCM)
  • National Archives of Rwanda (NAR)
  • The Institute of National Museums of Rwanda (INMR)
  • University of Rwanda (College of Arts and Social Sciences in Butare)
  • Centre Iwacu Kabusunzu
  • Les Dominicains (priests )
Special Project Partners
  • Kings College London (KCL)
    The Department of Digital Humanities, KIng’s College London, is an international leader in the application of technology in the arts and humanities, and in the social sciences. It is the largest and most prestigious department of its kind anywhere.
    The Department is dedicated to furthering the possibilities of computing for arts and humanities scholarship and, in collaboration with local, national and international research partners across the disciplines, to design and build applications which implement these possibilities.  It has a broad range of expertise in the development of large-scale digital projects
  • The Netherlands Institute for Holocaust and Genocide Studies (NIOD)
    Institute for War, Holocaust and Genocide Studies NIOD is an institute of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW). NIOD focuses on the knowledge of war, genocide and large-scale violence, its roots and its aftermath, and disseminating this knowledge to society. State-of-the-art interdisciplinary research is key in this process. In the domain of collections NIOD focuses on digitisation, sustainable methods of access to archives and collections, acquisitions and cooperation with strategic archives worldwide.