Prison Fellowship Rwanda’s goal is to facilitate victims and perpetrators to reach a frame of mind where forgiveness and reconciliation is genuinely embraced. In doing so the residual feelings of anger and vengeance will not fester, and most importantly will not be passed on to the next generation only to erupt into another inter-generation cycle of violence.
Today there are more than 53,000 prisoners in Rwanda. Many of these men and women haven’t heard the gospel but need to experience the transforming power of God’s love, making them one of the least reached people groups in the world. Read More
Prison Fellowship Rwanda served in prisons throughout Rwanda to transform the lives of prisoners through the good news of Jesus Christ and through the message of forgiveness and reconciliation Read More
Prison Fellowship Rwanda has developed many strategies to support children of prisoners and their families. It is in this context that PFR has introduced CPP to support the children of prisoners from extreme poor families.Read More
Prison Fellowship Rwanda has been involved in the restoration of Rwandan social fabric which was destroyed by the 1994 genocide through practical healing and reconciliation. Reconciliation has remained a process, to uphold it is to make sure that what has been achieved remained a reality on the ground. Read More