Peace and Reconciliation in Rwanda Post 1994 Genocide against Tutsi
de Godelieve, Mukasarasi
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This research analyzed the role played by IWACU NI AMAHORO Project of SEVOTA Organization funded by KVINNA till KVINNA Foundation (2018- 2020) towards Peace and Reconciliation in Households with Women Orphans of 1994 Genocide against Tutsi and Men with Different History in Rwanda. The Null Hypothesis was "Women orphans of 1994 Genocide against Tutsi who married men of different history are still struggling harassment, stigmatization, and isolation by their husbands and in- laws despite Iwacu ni Amahoro Project run by SEVOTA Organization". Findings showed that the hardship life among women right- holders decreased from 74.3% to 12.22%; while Women free from conflict increased from 25.70% to 85.78%. Continuous conflicts in extended family decreased from 63.3% to 11.3%. Prevention of property rights decreased from 69.5 to 11.3%. Women's rejection by extended family decreased from 76.3 to 20.3%. Isolation and hopelessness life decreased from 86.4% to 18.1%. Therefore, the null hypothesis was rejected.
Marie Rose, Muteteri
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MUKASARASI Godelieve is born in 1956, in Muhanga District. She has Masters in Project Management & Masters in Socio-Economic Development Policy. Women's rights activist for over 40 yrs, Founder & Coordinator of SEVOTA, She was awarded John Humphrey Prize (2004); International Women of Courage (2018) Prize; &Human Right International Award (2011).
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LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
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6 août 2021
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0.22 x 0.15 x 0.005 m; 0.177 kg