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Evaluation of the Peace Building and Development Programme in Rwanda


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Resource type:Evaluation reports
Keywords:Conflict, violence & peace, Evaluation-related, Peacebuilding, Protection, human rights & security, Refugees/IDPs
Author(s):Twesigye, C. & Ddungu, B. B.
Date published:1 December 2007

The 'Rwanda Peace Building and Development Programme', begun in 2004, is designed to address challenges faced by communities and the Government, which include reintegrating demobilised soldiers, dealing with wounds re-opened by the gacaca, and (re)settling refugee returnees. The programme builds on a pilot project in 2001, in which Oxfam GB moved from short term humanitarian intervention to longer term development programming. The overall objective of this mid-term evaluation, from 2007, was to take stock of progress made towards realising objectives, in order to aw lessons for improving quality, future programming and sharing.

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