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02 Feb 2016 description

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

In November 2014, CWS initiated a pilot project to increase self-reliance among urban refugees in Rwanda, South Africa and Tanzania, through intensive case management and outreach to local employers and other local stakeholders. By focusing on both the supply and demand of refugee labor,

CWS sought to facilitate mutually beneficial interactions between urban refugees and host communities.

04 Jun 2014 description
report Caritas

L’onde de choc provoquée en 1994 par le génocide rwandais a profondément marqué le pays et la région. Aujourd’hui, malgré les traumatismes, renaît l’espoir de se réconcilier.

Comment un pays comme le Rwanda peut-il se reconstruire ? Comment vivre côte à côte avec les personnes qui ont tué les vôtres ? Comment vivre avec ceux qui vous rappellent chaque jour votre honte, votre culpabilité d’avoir été l’un de ceux qui ont participé à l’extermination planifiée de 800 000 de vos compatriotes, de vos frères ?

28 Mar 2014 description
report Human Rights Watch

(Nairobi, March 28, 2014) – Significant progress has been made in national and international courts to bring to justice those responsible for the 1994 genocide in Rwanda, Human Rights Watch said today in a briefing paper marking the 20th anniversary of the genocide.

The 20-page paper, “Justice After Genocide: 20 Years On,” focuses on the achievements of courts in Rwanda, at the UN’s International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR), and in other countries, to hold to account those who planned, ordered, and carried out the genocide.

18 Feb 2009 description
report EURAC

EDITORIAL

Gambling with life and death

Throughout 2008, it was evident that the implementation of the Nairobi Declaration of November 2007 and the Goma Agreements of January 2008 was more than problematic. Since the end of August, violence has escalated once again on the ground. On 7th November various diplomatic initiatives took form at a new Nairobi Summit, which was organised with the support of the International Conference on the Great Lakes Region (CIRGL).

07 Jun 2005 description
report Caritas


1. Antecedentes históricos
La región africana de los Grandes Lagos --así denominada por extenderse en las proximidades de los lagos Kivu, Victoria y Tanganika-- comprende esencialmente la totalidad de Ruanda y Burundi, y la parte oriental de la R.D del Congo. En algunos estudios también se incluye la parte occidental de Uganda y Tanzania como parte de esta región, no sólo por su proximidad geográfica sino por la vinculación de los principales problemas que afectan a estos países.

12 Mar 2003 description
report Save the Children

Vera Bensmann, MD, MBA
for Save the Children-UK; funded by UNAIDS through UNICEF