AVEGAAssociation des Veuves du Génocide Agahozo
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PT Hyundai Mobil Indonesia, a subsidiary Hyundai Motor Company (KSE: 005380), has launched its Grand Avega Limited at the 2015 Gaikindo Indonesia International Motor Show.
Through her testimony, the author also depicts the strategies some women from AVEGA adopt, not merely to 'survive', but to be 'fully alive' and the title SurVivantes reflects this choice.
For the purpose of this article I will draw on data from interviews and follow-up interviews conducted with representatives from AVEGA and a group interview with four beneficiaries.
Until 2000, survivors of genocide through the organisations Ibuka and Avega demanded improvement in their economic situation, urged institutional survivor representation and challenged the political manipulation of justice and utilisation of the genocide, opposing the display of skulls, bones and corpses at memorials.
Aid agency CAFOD highlighted an increase in donations from the region, after the Daily Post ran a special report on the Avega project, carried out by those who survived 100 days of brutal ethnic violence in 1994.
Mukiat Sutikno, the vice president of PT HMI, said in order to reach the target the company will boost sales of its products including Hyundai i20, Grand Avega, Hyundai i10 facelift, Hyundai New Tucson limited edition, Hyundai H1 XG and Hyundai Sonata wih market targets consumers with purchasing power of Rp 100 million to Rp 200 million or higher.
AVEGA reported that gender inequalities hindered women's participation in gacaca: "In pure Rwandese tradition the woman lives as the man's shadow.
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The ICTR's reliance on NGOs increased in 1999 when the Victims and Gender Support Unit directed NGOs operating in Rwanda (including HAGURUKA, AVEGA, Rwanda Women Network and its social network ASOFERWA, and Pro-Femmes) "to provide services in legal guidance, psychological and medical rehabilitation and other forms of assistance, such as resettlement, to victims and witnesses." (100) Such cooperation proved difficult, however.
"But now, with our co-operative, and with the help of Avega, we are able to earn a living and to talk about our problems as we work together.
(52.) See Avega Agahozo, http://www.avega.org.rw/English.html (last visited Mar.