3 dialogues sessions will be organized between 90 (3×30) women from vulnerable groups members of Civil Society Organizations (CSOs). The women will discuss the impact in their daily lives of certain aspects of the laws on gender, taboos and stereotypes of Rwandan society twenty years after the 1994 genocide. They will also identify topics they consider as commons and priority concerns. 16 members of CSOs (8 per session) will receive training on visual art (how to use video, photos and sound as a means of expression).2 creative workshops will bring together the 16 women and a team of local and international artists to produce art works (using different form of visual arts) expressing the point of view of the women on the topic chosen during the dialogue.The group of women will then go back to the community with the art works through exhibition tours across the country.
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Since 2001, Kemit have produced or coproduced more than 30 films (3 fictions & 27 documentaries),

A series of 8 short films for children,

2 episode of a pilot for a TV series on HIV-AIDS,

3 TV shows,

An Edumentary series on health of 48 episodes lasting 15mn each.

The films produced by KEMIT were largely broadcasted nationally and internationally in film festivals and TV networks.

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Dialogue 14 Group session


Since its creation, Kemit has designed and implemented various projects with the stakes in post-genocide Rwanda and reflecting our motto “Art at the service of development”.

The creation of KEMIT asbl responds to the necessity of thinking cinema and audiovisual as means of communication and artistic expression, as ways to development through projects aiming at training, sensitizing and educating people for their better implication in the process of the development of the country.

At Kemit, we strongly believe that culture and art are bonds, forums for solidarity and exchange.

The philosophy of our work for the last twelve years has been the conviction that artistic expressions are essential to build the basis of a culture of reconciliation, peace, tolerance and national unity.

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Since 2002, our teams have recorded more than 100 testimonies from genocide survivors, perpetrators, relative of perpetrators, resistant’s, righteous, etc.

Some of the testimonies were bring back to the communities to dialogue on various themes such as peace, unity and reconciliation, protection of human rights, etc.

Kemit is the only organization in Rwanda with the expertise and experience of the production of audiovisual material and its use for education, sensitization and awareness.


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