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Transcript of RWANDA
Angola A Case Study Rwanda: The Nature of the Conflict Ethnic conflict between two groups: Hutu and Tutsi The conflict has pre- colonial origins Identity Cards Introduced in 1930's Hutu revolution in 1959, Civil War in the early 90's President Habyarimana's plane is shot down in 1994 and the Hutu extremist's take over the running of the country 'The strong social control, combined with the highly effective public information system through the local and national radio networks, then enables the systematic killing of over 800,000 people to take place in the space of 100 days'- (Human Rights Watch, 1994) Discrimination reversed after the Second World War by Flemish missionaries. Hutus were educated, but separate from the Tutsi's What are the challenges facing education 65% of schools damaged! Damage to the educational structure was extreme! Supply of teachers Teaching History Insufficient supply of quality textbooks and learning materials Clip : Hotel Rwanda Similar Challenges Common in
Other Conflict Zones Supply of Teachers
Nepal Insufficient supply of resources -
Sierra Leone Teaching History in
Cambodia Tutsi's were educated to be the skilled administrators and leaders of Rwanda Objectives Universal Education
ICT in schools Enrolment Re-open schools
enrolment Gender Gender equality
Initiative Curriculum National Curriculum
Peace building classes
I.CT. Teachers Retraining
to Date: Female Education The number of classrooms need increased. There is an average of fifty pupils per class. Although education is free, it still places pressure on parents. What still needs
to be done Eliezar's Story Eliezar was a Tutsi born in Kigali He was left an orphan at the age of two and went to live with his uncle Eliezar was seven at the time of the genocide He and his uncles family fled the city until it was safe to return Upon their return to Kigali he remembers thinking the world was ending Sponsored through Compassion and received an education