The project will target a unique mixture of genocide survivors, ex-combatants and former prisoners. It will deal with the difficulties faced between each group with a multi-pronged approach involving social reconciliation, strengthening the economic capacity of individuals and groups through training and provision of micro-finance, and developing local capacity to deal with psychological trauma.
Train community leaders who will foster community dialogue, acting as councillors and mediators. Reintegration and reconciliation in a post-genocide environment isn't easy; the wounds are deep, so this project will attempt to cautiously heal them.
This project will bring together people some believed could never be brought together and allow them to tackle difficult topics such as the question of pardon; discuss their fears and mutual distrust and begin to bridge the distance between them.