Eliane Luthi is UNICEF's Chief Communication officer for Mali. She recently visited the survivors of the Ogossagou massacre in which 134 people died last month. The Malian government resigned Friday in the wake of the massacre.
Luthi, an advocate for children's and women's rights, writes a first-person account of her visit to the children and their families in the aftermath of the attacks.
The views expressed in this commentary are hers.
(CNN)On the night of 23 March, the village of Ogossagou was attacked, leaving 46 children dead, according to United Nations estimates.