Survivor says remember the Rwanda genocide by never forgetting its victimsListen /
• It has been nearly 20 years since more than 800,000 people were killed in the Rwanda genocide. Survivor Eugenie Mukeshimana tells UN Radio's Dianne Penn she is determined they will not be forgotten and that survivors get help in rebuilding their lives. Ms. Mukeshimana is the founder and executive director of the Genocide Survivors Support Network which is based in the United States.
IOM finds trafficked children in Senegalese centers of learning
• A fire in a school that teaches the Koran in Dakar, Senegal in March revealed that the students were actually victims of trafficking, according to the International Organization for Migration, the IOM. The IOM's Jumbe Omari Jumbe has more.
Kenyan activist says UN must engage with youth through social media
• At a UN forum on science, technology and innovation in March, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon challenged young people to help the organization bridge the so-called digital divide. Philip Thigo, a technology and development strategist from Kenya, is already leading the charge.
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