History
Komera began to operate on the 01-01-2006. Preparations began as early as 2003, when the first project plan was designed.
Fr Murenzi has met Wiljo Woodi Oosterom in late nineties in The Netherlands. He invited her to come to Rwanda to help children who were severely traumatized, while in the West of Rwanda insecurity was still very low. They visited different orphanages where they encountered a big number of severely traumatized children and youths, due to the 1994 genocide against Tutsis. They worked together and have built trust. This has laid the foundation of their cooperation in several projects namely Widows and Returnees from Congo thereafter Komera Centre was born.
Fr Murenzi has seen the work at the farm in Middenbeemster, initiated and managed by Mrs. Oosterom in Holland in which  Children and youths were very much busy in Education and in various activities of that farm in question. After that, the concept of Komera was born in his mind. This dream became true afterward.
With the help of Wilde Ganzen construction started in January 2005 (project nr 2004.343). Later that year, children were selected and employees were trained, families were visited at home later that year. Silent Work supports with technical advice, with a fixed amount per year for structural costs and with fundraising.