Stone workers wait out a thunderstorm inside a church before returning to their  living quarters at the largest TIG (Travaux d'Interet General) camp in Rwanda.  More than 775 individuals accused of murdereding ethnic Tutsis or stole property during the1994 genocide cut stones in Gitarama Province's Ruyumba District as part of their sentence.  The TIG, or Community Service Program, was established by the Rwandan government as an alternative sentencing initiative for genocide suspects who have passed through the traditional gacaca courts.

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