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Sep 19, 2016

In this episode, we bring Gilbert Tuhabonye’s story to present day. Continuing from Parts I and II, Episodes 13 and 14 respectively, we talk to Gilbert about how he was able to forgive the people who tried to kill him. For Gilbert, running was a big part of this. We also talk to him about how he turned his story of loss and survival into hope by the way of the Gazelle Foundation, a nonprofit that provides clean drinking water for people in Burundi, Gilbert’s home country. We also talk with the president of the Gazelle Foundation, Peter Rauch. Peter is a long-time friend of Gilbert’s and he shares how the Gazelle Foundation was started on a long run while training for a marathon. Additionally, we talk about how the Gazelle Foundation enables runners all over the world to help people in Burundi, mainly with the Run for the Water.

 

This episode is hosted by Matt Sorenson and is sponsored by goodr. Use code “runified2016” at playgoodr.com for a special Runified discount and to help support Runified and our running podcast!

 

Link to buy Gilbert’s book, This Voice in My Heart

 

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Gilbert’s Gazelles Website, Gazelle Foundation Website, Run for the Water Website

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