- Ground-breaking music school for genocide orphans
- Music as a form of trauma therapy and support
The ReGeneration Music Centre (within the Rwanda Multi Learning Centre) provided group and individual music lessons to the students, including guitar, piano and singing. Started by two British music teachers, David Wald and Amy Stead, they began holding music lessons and were surprised by their popularity. It became one of the first music centres in Rwanda. A choir recorded a Christmas CD in October 2010 which was sold in the US. Some of them then earned money performing at weddings. The music students told us that their music lessons provided them with a form of therapy, a sense of community, and it reduced their isolation.