Case studies

Media for Reconciliation: Radio and Film supporting demobilisation and reintegration in Rwanda

Media for Reconciliation: Radio and Film supporting demobilisation and reintegration in Rwanda

The project provides the population living in border regions of Rwanda and DRC with practical information on the FDLR demobilisation process and community reintegration of ex-combatants through radio and video screenings and support to local media.

Supporting the rural population through a new tenure system in Rwanda

Supporting the rural population through a new tenure system in Rwanda

Within the broader context of Strategic Plan for Environment and Natural Resources, the Land Tenure Reform programme reduce the vulnerability of the rural population by providing incentives through the new tenure system.

Community-assisted access to sustainable energy (CASE), Rwanda

Community-assisted access to sustainable energy (CASE), Rwanda

CASE sets up market-based and sustainable ways of producing 24,000 improved, energy-efficient cooking stoves through capacity building of 6,000 vulnerable women, 300 orphans and 100 charcoal producers and helps to generate household income.

Promoting sexual and reproductive health and rights

Promoting sexual and reproductive health and rights

Affordable HIV/AIDS care and support is provided to towns and villages in the four Indian states mostly affected by the disease. The project tackles stigma at a local level and helps to sustain a non-discriminatory schooling environment for children.

Behaviour Change Communication through Radio

Behaviour Change Communication through Radio

In 1999, BBC Great Lakes Service launched a radio soap opera dealing with sexual and reproductive health. It is aimed at raising awareness and discussion among beneficiaries about sensitive issues considered taboo by Rwandan culture.

Nkundabana Initiative for Psychosocial Support (NIPS)

Nkundabana Initiative for Psychosocial Support (NIPS)

Child-headed households in Rwanda are supported via a community-care network whereby volunteers serve as mentors to orphan children. This scheme has empowered many children and volunteers do carry on the mentor work even after the end of the project.

Réhabilitation de la route Gitarama-Butare-Akanyaru

Réhabilitation de la route Gitarama-Butare-Akanyarufrançais (fr)

La problématique des transports constitue une des principales contraintes au développement et à l'économie du Ruanda. Ce projet a permis améliorer la circulation des personnes y de biens et a facilité l'accès a les pays voisins.

Aéroport de Kigali

Aéroport de Kigalifrançais (fr)

L'aéroport international de Kigali avait été fortement endommagé pendant le Génocide de 1994. Le renouvellement des installations et infrastructure ont permis satisfaire les standards d'aviation internationaux et a augmenté la sécurité aérien.

Infrastructures en milieu rural et urbain

Infrastructures en milieu rural et urbainfrançais (fr)

Les ex-combattants et les femmes chefs de ménages ont travaillé ensemble dans la ravine Mpazi, le quartier le plus pauvre de Kigali, pour améliorer les conditions de vie et permettre la réinsertion économique et sociale.

Soutien à l'Etat de Droit au Rwanda

Soutien à l'Etat de Droit au Rwandafrançais (fr)

Inspirés de la tradition rwandaise, le Gouvernement a établie les tribunaux Gacaca avec magistrats élus pour le peuple. Entre 2005 et 2006, ils ont jugé 97 800 crimes du Génocide et ont favorisé la réconciliation dans le pays.