Pro-Femmes Twese Hamwe
Pro-Femmes Twese Hamwe is a national women's organisation in Rwanda founded in 1992 that is recognised internationally for its contributions to rebuilding society after the 1994 Rwandan genocide. Since 1994, the organisation has grown to include 58 member associations.
The organisation received the 1996 UNESCO-Madanjeet Singh Prize for the promotion of tolerance and non-violence "for their outstanding contributions in rehabilitating families and communities devastated by mass violence, through their activities fostering a climate of peace based on tolerance and non-violence." They received the inaugural Gruber Prize for Women’s Rights in 2003.
- "Overview of Pro-Femmes Twese Hamwe". Profemme Twese Hamwe.
- Insight on Conflict
- "UNESCO-Madanjeet Singh Prize for the Promotion of Tolerance and Non-Violence (2009)" (PDF). UNESCO. 2009.
- Frank Kanyesigye (2 March 2013). "Rwanda: First Lady Pays Tribute to Profemme". The New Times.
- "2003 Women's Rights Prize". The Gruber Foundation.
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