Since the end of the 1994 Rwandan genocide, Leonard Sebarinda, now 70 years old, has not seen his daughter, Beata Nyirambabazi.
The last time he saw her was in 1994 at the Mengeti Orphanage, run by Italian priests and nuns in Nyamata, Bugesera. Sebarinda left his daughter there for a few days after the genocide in order to find a way to house her and care for her.
When he returned an Italian organisation had flown her to Italy to be registered as an orphan and given up for adoption.
Sebarinda relentlessly searched for his daughter but the...