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Yolande Mukagasana
Yolande Mukagasana

Belgium

Rwandan writer whose works have been published in French.


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Created: 21st Jul 2008
Modified: 21st Jul 2008
Professional Information
Professional Areas:
Literature
Working primarily in:
Belgium

Description of Work:
Yolande Mukagasana has published two autobiographies including La Mort ne veut pas de mots and a book of tales. She also co-wrote a play called Rwanda 94. With the photographer Alain Kazinierakis, Mukagasana published a book in which survivors told their stories; the title of which is Blessures du silence.
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Yolande Mukagasana
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Gender: female
Place of Origin: Rwanda
Yolande Mukagasana worked as a nurse for 19 years at a hospital in Kigali, Rwanda. Then she worked as chief nurse at a private clinic that she opened in Kigali until 1994. She was a victim of the 1994 war having lost her three children, her husband, her brother, and her sisters. She is currently in Belgium where she arrived as a refugee; she was naturalised in 1999. In 2003, she adopted her three nieces and she cares for a group of orphans in Rwanda.

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Rwandan writer whose works have been published in French.

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Author: fydenjeri
Wed Aug 13 15:09:45 2008

Yolande Mukagasana are kind and may God be with you all day in your life. What ever you do may it be brought into light so other can learn for it. You are a tough lady. GOd be you mightly.

Author: edithkuru50
Sun Jan 2 19:35:48 2011

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