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Social Media: Africa: East Africa: Rwanda

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for the Africa/East Africa/Rwanda Region

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China Praised for African Links
Rwandan President praises the way Africa does business in Africa as a way of promoting infrastructure, capital inflows, and development, as opposed to U.S. foreign aid. (BBC News October 11, 2009) Read More...

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Grassroots justice for genocide begins
Rwanda's gacaca, or traditional courts, start the huge task of trying 63 000 cases. (11/3/2005, The Star) Read More...

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Rwanda, Mozambique have highest women MP percentage
A total of 7 developing countries, with Rwanda and Mozambique in the lead, rank among the 17 top performers with more than 30 percent of women parliamentarians (MPs), a new report shows. (4/3/2005, af... Read More...

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Never again: educational reconstruction in Rwanda
The study documents the strategies of the management of education in Rwanda since 1994 war and genocide. By Anna Obura (2003, Unesco) Read More...

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Rwanda in Retrospect
Given the genocide in Rwanda's terrifying pace, even a major mission by the West could have saved only a fraction of the ultimate victims. Herewith a reassessment of the limits of intervention. By Ala... Read More...

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