Lessons from the Rwanda experience: evaluation of international responses (Danida)

Lessons from the Rwanda experience: evaluation of international responses (Danida)

The international response to the killing of 500,000-800,000 Rwandese men, women, and children in about 3 months in 1994 has been subject to an unprecedented, self-critical evaluation, led by Danida, the development wing of the Danisk Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The report was written by a team of 52 independent experts, and the evaluation has been sponsered and financed jointly by a Steering Committee comprising 37 countries, bilateral, international, multilateral end non-governmental organisations.

Covers: historical perspective; early warning and conflict management; humanitarian aid and effects; re-building post-war Rwanda; the international response.

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