- Young genocide survivors are coming together to form "artificial families" in Rwanda
- They help each other financially and offer emotional support
- 20 years after the genocide, many young people still carry scars from the past
- The country is currently in the middle of 100 days of mourning
(CNN)It's a sunny April afternoon at the University of Rwanda College of Education in Kigali. Some students huddle in groups conversing in hushed voices; others hurry between buildings carrying books. Exams begin in a week.