Visions of Rwanda Photo Project
Joseph Furaha is a young man that survived the 1994 genocide. His parents were killed and he was left to take care of his younger siblings. He runs a small business, selling second hand clothes. Joseph has endured a lot of pain for such a young man; death, remembrance and new life feature prominently in his photos.
Joseph comments on his experience of taking photographs for the "Visions of Rwanda" project: "A big part of my images show a sad moment when I discovered the scares [bones] of my mother killed in 1994. Some of the participants cried when they saw them. I have seen several bad things, nothing can make me cry. My tears are not seen, they go inside."