The year 2020 marked the twenty-fifth anniversary of the Srebrenica genocide where more than 8,000 Bosnian Muslim men and boys were killed. Additionally, during the war, it is estimated that between 20,000 and 50,000 women, mostly Bosnian Muslim were subjected to sexual violence. The denial of this tragedy is becoming ever more prevalent, something that only adds to the trauma of the victims and their families. Similar to the case in the Rwandan 100-day-long Genocide, the sexual violence that occurred left many women with unwanted pregnancies. The Population Office of Rwanda estimates that 2,000-5,000 children were born in refugee/ internally displaced persons camps as a direct consequence of rape. Research shows that Rwandan children born of genocidal rape can be raised in such a way that unintentionally creates a context hostile to children’s healthy development. This could be due to the multiple structural and social obstacles that children face.