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And I Live On: The Resilience of Rwandan Genocide Survivors of Sexual Violence features searing testimonials from Rwandan survivors of the genocide against the Tutsi 15 and 25 years after the horrific events of 1994. Through their narratives and Samer Muscati’s powerful portraits, these women and one man bear witness to the crimes committed in their country and to the suffering they continue to endure. The testimonials also showcase the survivors’ extraordinary strength, courage and resilience—challenging the stigma they face both as survivors of sexual violence and as people living with HIV. In speaking out, they provide a glimpse into the worlds of survivors living with the genocide’s legacy decades after a conflict. Their stories, along with the accompanying text, make an indelible impact.



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The Authors

This book is made possible by the decisiveness and willpower of:

Can’t wait to read? Here’s a sneak peek of the book, including one testimonial!

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Listen to the story of Marie Louise via the audio below. Attention: in Kinyarwanda followed by translation in English.

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For more literature about the 100 days of genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda in 1994, read the recollections of these brave and resilient women and men.

Softcover: € 24,50


Softcover: € 27,95


Proceeds Book

Part of the proceeds from the sales of this book will go to Mukomeze, a charitable organisation established to improve the lives of Rwandan genocide survivors of sexual violence, including those featured in the book. Mukomeze partners with Solace Ministries in Rwanda.

Learn more about Mukomeze

For more information about the books, you can contact co-editor of the book Anne-Marie de Brouwer.