On 02nd March 2018, The Christian University of Rwanda (CHUR) represented by Mme Sylivie NIBEZA welcomed Mme Godelieve MUKASARASI, the laureate of International award of women of courage. The award was given by the United States of America.
Godelieve is the founder of Solidality for the Development of widows and orphans to promote self-sufficiency and livelihoods (SEVOTA), an organization that promotes the socio-economic rights of Rwandans widowed and orphaned by the 1994 Tutsi genocide. SEVOTA has reached over 300 Tutsi genocide rape victims and more than 2,000 youths and children.
Godelieve with her foundation (SEVOTA) have given scholarships to 10 vulnerable students to study in Christian University of Rwanda. CHUR in partnership with SEVOTA are working together on research projects to improve socio-economic livelihoods for people living in rural area in Rwanda.
Mme Sylivie NIBEZA, the lecturer from CHUR welcoming Mme Godelieve MUKASARASI.
Mme Sylivie NIBEZA, the lecturer from CHUR chating with Mme Godelieve MUKASARASI.
Mme Godelieve MUKASARASI dancing to one of the songs of Catholic Church.
Mme Godelieve MUKASARASI with the first women to be members of SEVOTA.
Faustin NIZEYIMANA; CHUR lecturer, Mme Godelieve MUKASARASI and Mme Sylivie NIBEZA;CHUR lecturer.