Jean Luc HABIMANA

Healing The World: Unity and Forgiveness

31/10/2017 42 Comments 255

Rwanda, my country, has known a very dark past. And I grew up seeing it coming from ashes to now a country with vision and unified people. That is a testimony for forgiveness between those who committed the crimes and those who they committed them against. It was the solution that Rwanda needed, and it worked.

I am a storyteller and photographer, and part of the stories I am so interested in are unity and forgiveness stories, which I believe that Africa needs more than ever, and they deserve to be shared.

Being so passionate about documenting about people’s lifestyle through writing and photography, getting this opportunity would mean keeping on sharing and hearing more stories of unity from my fellow Africans but also sharing stories from my country’s experiences.

https://www.jeanluchabimana.com/documentary


By Jean Luc HABIMANA 42 Comments 31/10/2017
  • Fred Tunya
    31/10/2017

    Proud of you. Stories worth believing

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  • Janvier
    31/10/2017

    Your experience and stories needed to transform our continent! Keep it up !

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  • Fidele
    01/11/2017

    Interesting…

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  • Bryt Shamirah
    01/11/2017

    Go tell Rwanda’s stories Jean Luc. Make us more proud.

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  • Ebenezer
    02/11/2017

    I couldn’t agree more, Africa needs stories of forgiveness and courage.

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  • vanessa
    02/11/2017

    Courage bro

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  • Tariro
    15/11/2017

    Beautiful!! Stories of forgiveness and reconciliation are stories that need to be told! I hope to see the untold African stories through your lens!

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  • Lauren Chan
    16/11/2017

    Hi Jean Luc, my name is Lauren and I am a finalist in the Asia-Pacific category. You shared a beautiful and touching story of your country. Thank you and good luck!

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    • Jean Luc HABIMANA
      Jean Luc HABIMANA
      16/11/2017

      Thank you so much Lauren! I wish you good luck too!!

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    • I know you as good storyteller.. you better deserve this.. good luck and I m
      Looking forward to seeing you winning!!

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    • Jean Louis Niragire
      17/11/2017

      So touching!

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    • Rwanyange Gilbert
      17/11/2017

      Go on, Rwanda needs more like you

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    • Bacar Ntarugera
      17/11/2017

      From shadow to light, keep it up brother

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    • Didier
      17/11/2017

      Heart touching

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    • Mugisha Emma
      17/11/2017

      You deserve this opportunity my brother Jean Luc….
      Go and heal the world with the message of Unity and Forgivenes instead of bitterness and anger.

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    • Louis Udahemuka
      18/11/2017

      Good luck brother Luc

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    • Lilly Mayiana
      18/11/2017

      Pictures tell it all but not without the right pair of hands behind the lens.
      The world awaits to hear the untold African stories of forgiveness and reconciliation.
      You are the best fit agent…All the best Jean!

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    • Kennedy Mukonyi
      19/11/2017

      Cheers Jean Luke, keep doing what you do best, all the best.

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    • Rwego Patrick
      21/11/2017

      good job Luc and good luck

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  • Benjamin Akrasu
    16/11/2017

    Nice young man with passionate ambition. Man better days await you. Stay bless!!!

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  • Benjamin Akrasu
    16/11/2017

    Very touching story.

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  • im so glad to met you 🙂 you deserve this, bcs you know how to listen peoples storys!

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  • Dina Kozhamzharova
    16/11/2017

    Wish you good luck, I belive you can make it! Hope many people will support your intention and I am happy to be the one of them 😉 Neliky Novgorod Family with you🙏🏻

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  • Bizimana Jean
    17/11/2017

    Keep growing and share your thoughts widely mn I m so proud of you bro..!

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  • Alain
    17/11/2017

    Proud of you Bro!

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  • Melissa Isimbi
    17/11/2017

    Woww that’s touchable. We are proud of you. Keep it up and courage Jean Luc .

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  • Owen Okoko
    17/11/2017

    You have my support

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  • Uzayisenga
    17/11/2017

    Bonne Chance Jean Luc

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  • KAKEL MBUMB
    17/11/2017

    MAFANIKIO MEMA (All the best)… From the Congo DRC

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  • AmounKD
    17/11/2017

    It’s really heart touched story, good work Jean.

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  • Ahmed Qalinle
    17/11/2017

    Jean, we’re really proud of you.

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  • Shafici
    18/11/2017

    Well done bro…

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  • Goodluck
    18/11/2017

    Good job Jean!

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  • You always stand out Jean. I am so proud of you and you are the leader Africa needs!. Good luck in your competition

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  • Eden
    18/11/2017

    well done .

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  • Tina
    18/11/2017

    good luck Jean luck…. keep the good work

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  • pauL
    19/11/2017

    Bravoo !!

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  • ZLady
    20/11/2017

    GO GO Luc

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  • great !

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  • Wanjiru Wamendi
    20/11/2017

    Very well said……… My country Kenya, where there’s an increasing surge of ethnic intolerance could take a page from Rwanda’s book and hopefully heal without making further damage.

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  • Maliamungu Samuel
    21/11/2017

    I got this very touching and relevant to the current tragedies in my country – South Sudan and there’s a lot for citizens to learn from as we undergo state of reconciliation and patriotic hearts of forgiveness. Many thanks for sharing this story Jean

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  • Michel
    24/11/2017

    Keep the good work Luc, so proud you changemaker

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