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Ingabire Janviere & Umurerwa Divine

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Ingabire Janviere wishes to tell her sister Umurerwa Divine about all of the hardships that she has faced in her life. How “life after war became too bad.” Yet despite all of these struggles, she trusted God, found people to help her, and she endured. Umurerwa Divine learned a lot from her sister, and she said that she will continue to pray that God helps her throughout the rest of her life.

“You as a child, I would advise you to consult me or any other person of your choice in order to get advice and recommendations from him or her. Make studying a priority, for even now when I think that I have never been able to study I become sorrowful. If you study you will have a bright future.” Ingabire Janiere

“I would like to request her to keep having the kind of heart she has and I would also pray to God for her so that God keeps on helping her and adding things onto what she has.” Umurerwa Divine

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SEPTEMBER 2014 - Archival Science 14 (Nos. 3-4, 2014): 275-306. Available here

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