Oscar Twizerimana graduated in 2015 from University of Rwanda with a Bachelor’s degree in Clinical Psychology. His great passion is bringing healing to people who have been through a traumatic/stressful experience.
Many people find in Oscar a great leader and this made him to be elected by his peers from AERG (Association of Students Survivors of Rwandan Genocide) to be the coordinator of the association for 2 year while he was an undergraduate student and at the same time he was the Adviser to the Guild president of University of Rwanda students association.
Oscar as a young survivor of 1994 Genocide against Tutsi who wants to fight against the genocide ideology, in 2012 he took an initiative to volunteer in Unity and reconciliation for peace association as co-founder and president of that association. Currently Oscar Twizerimana is working as Mentor of Boys orphans of 1994 genocide against Tutsi who were homeless and who are now living in One Dollar Campaign Complex. Where he provides them with carrier counseling, behavior therapy, and helping them in step to trauma resilience.