Intwararumuri is a person who advocates for a certain cause, with clarity of the intention and benefit of that cause for the people. Someone who is wholeheartedly committed to spearhead and become a catalyst in the transformation towards a specific cause. This is someone who leads by example, walks the talk and whose life is exemplary in every aspect of the society and journey of transformation. Furthermore, Intwararumuri is a person committed to mobilizing and teaching others the essence of unity for Rwandans and the entire human being. They are role models in every way, one who has overcome stereotypes that limit the Unity of Rwandans including race/ ethnicity, origins, and foreign languages.
Abarinzi b'Igihango (Guardians of covenant) are Rwandans and foreigners who are tied to the covenant as well as keeping it safe. They are people who played, or who keep playing the leading roles in the unity and reconciliation of Rwandans in order to keep Rwandanism safe, to help Rwandans feel the relationship between them and their country, and to always prioritize the interests of the country.
The name Impinganzima is of Rwandan origin and means "Beautiful girl". Impinganzima hostels are the hostels for the elderly widows and widowers, who lost their spouses and children during the 1994 Genocide against Tutsi (Intwaza).
The elderly widows who lost their spouses and children during the 1994 genocide against Tutsi
Ndi Umunyarwanda means “I am Rwandan”. It is a programme initiated to build a national identity based on trust and dignity. It aims to strengthen unity and reconciliation among Rwandans by providing a forum for people to talk about the causes and consequences of the genocide as well as what it means to be Rwandan.