BBC News Africa is telling the moving story of Anne-Marie Uwimana.
Twenty-five years ago Rwanda descended into mass murder on a scale that still shocks the world.
Anne-Marie watched as her neighbour killed two of her children in the Rwandan genocide.
But she has forgiven the man responsible.
Rwanda has always been a tightly controlled society and under President Paul Kagame, the media is closely monitored.
Here’s one moving story of survival and reconciliation.
The video was produced by Jean-Paul Habyarimana, Ciru Muriuki and Didier Bikorimana for BBC Factfinder.