South Sudan Genocide

Genocide Awareness

What was the Rwandan Genocide?

The Rwandan Genocide began on April 6, 1994, when the Rwandan President , Juvenal Habyarimana, was murdered. In turn the Hutu got angry and started to kill people and burn down buildings. This situation lasted for about 4 months and at least 800,000 people died. This was one of the main genocides ever.

What You Can Do To Help

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South Sudan Genocide

Since 2011, when South Sudan gained its independence, there has been fighting and disagreements through-out the Sudanese people and the government. In result over 100,000 people have been deprived of life-saving aid and tens of thousands have been displaced, which means they have been forced out of their homes. Army officials and militants have added to the violence. Over 220,000 refugees have entered Sudan from the surrounding states.