From my tree
Igiti, in Kinyarwanda language, means 'from my tree'. The word is often used to express someone's point of view or opinion.
"Years ago, when you were asked your nationality, people would say: 'I am Congolese', or 'I'm coming from Kenya'. Now everyone is so proud to be Rwandan", said Jack Yakubu Nkinzingabo, a photographer from Rwanda.
With this photo story I aim to give a glimpse into the Rwandan recovery of today. I documented the young generation that has been growing after the 1994 genocide to explore and find their place in this rapidly changing country. A generation that moves forward, well aware of the country's past. See from their tree.