Genocide widow starts a funeral business
A genocide widow achieves financial stability by starting a funeral business in Kigali. Around the world women are struggling to overcome economic barriers. After losing her husband during the 1994 Rwandan genocide, Languida was living a life of poverty. Her only marketable skill was sewing, so she began stitching draping cloths for funeral homes to earn a modest income. She saved her money and now runs one of the most successful funeral businesses in Kigali. But despite her financial independence, she must confront death on a daily basis. This story will explore the successes and struggles of a woman working in the funeral industry.