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  • Author:
    David Waller
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    0855982179
  • ISBN13:
    978-0855982171
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    Oxfam Pubns (January 1, 1993)
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    64 pages
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Rwanda: Which Way Now? by. David Waller. It covers events from the On 6th April, 1994, Rwanda slipped into an abyss. After 100 days one tenth of the population was dead and two million people had fled from their homes. Rwanda: Which Way Now (Oxfam Country Profiles).

An Oxfam Country Profile United Kingdom: Oxfam, 1993. Films and Videos AIDS in Africa Roger Pyke Productions. Rwanda-Which Way Now? An Oxfam Country Profile. Filmmakers Library, 124 East 40th Street. Oxford, United Kingdom: Oxfam, 1993. Films and Videos AIDS in Africa. Roger Pyke Productions.

Which Way Now (Oxfam Country Profiles). Published January 1997 by Oxfam academic. Politics and government, Economic conditions. There's no description for this book yet.

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They are buried in the country's long history, in the interaction of local,regional, and international forces which need to be understood individually before they can make sense collectively.

It covers events from the start of the genocide through to the programme of reconstruction, and looks at the international response to the crisis. Recently added by. collectionmcc, JMTABERNE, LevV, yoshie.

Since the 1960s, Oxfam has been working to support the country's developments efforts through implementing humanitarian response, conflict management, and sustainable livelihoods projects. Our core mission in Rwanda remains that of ensuring that poor women, men, and youth enjoy equal rights and benefit from fair and inclusive development.

Rwanda country profile. The country has struggled with its legacy of ethnic tension associated with the traditionally unequal relationship between the Tutsi minority and the majority Hutus. Rwanda is striving to rebuild its economy, with coffee and tea production among its main exports. The World Bank has praised Rwanda's "remarkable development successes", which have helped reduce poverty and inequality. But Paul Kagame, who became president in 2000 and has effectively run Rwanda since 1994, faces criticism at home and abroad over his political and human-rights record.

Rwanda: Which Way Now? An Oxfam Country Profile, Oxfam, Oxford, . Authors and Affiliations. 1. nternational Gorilla Conservation ProgramNairobiKenya.

Waller, David, Rwanda: Which way now?, Oxfam, Oxford, 1993

Waller, David, Rwanda: Which way now?, Oxfam, Oxford, 1993. First Annual Report of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Prosecution of Persons Responsible for the Genocide and Other Serious Violations of International Humanitarian Law Committed in the Territory of Rwanda and Rwandan Citizens Responsible for Genocide and Other Such Violations Committed in the Territory of Neighbouring States Between 1 January and 31 December 1994, Note by the Secretary-General; also published in.