- KIMISAGARA-

KIGALI 2016 (RWANDA)

– Kimisagara – Sexual violence is a worldwide public health and human rights problem, affecting women and girls in every country. The use of rape and other forms of sexual violence to humiliate and terrorise civilians is now recognised as an international crime. Nonetheless, women and girls continue to face particular risks of sexual violence everyday.

In 2016, Sibomana went to Kigali, the capital city of Rwanda to realize a project with 3 artists of Kurema Kureba Kwiga (rwandan artist collective). The project was about ending sexual violence and harassment against women and girls. Collaboration with Ivy Gowen, Innocent Buregeya and Shadrack Kayiranga. Thanks to Kurema Kureba Kwiga and Judith Kaine.