The family were persecuted because Olive testified against her husband's brothres, who slaughtered her mother and sisteres during the genocide in Rwanda (Olive lost 30 members of her extended family in the genocide).
Because Olive refused to withrdraw her accustions she receivd death therats, was assaulted, once beaten so badly that fell in a coma. Yvan was born premature as a result, and the other children were also assaulted and abused.
Now the Home Office mantains that to protect herself and her children she can 'relocate' in Rwanda: notice Rwanda is about the size of Wales! Another Rwandan I am in contact, genocide and torture survivor, was arrested on arrival after being deported, later he was released, but felt he was not safe and is now moving around and trying to hide.
It is not safe to deport people to places like Rwanda. Officially there is peace but people are still disappearing or being quietly killed. Arbitrary arrests are common, and there is no independent human rights watch nor freedon of the press - this last comment I got from yet another genocide and torture survivior who is detained and threatened with deportation.