To Orwell Today,

To whom it may concern,

I am a high school teacher and I am wanting to discuss Dr. Alfred Ndahiro's article "10 Years On - The Story of Rwanda" with my grade 12 World Issues class - however, I am unable to locate his full publication.

I have noticed that on your website you have a tab to link to this publication. However, it does not seem to be working. (I have asked others to try to link from other computers)

I was just wondering if it would be possible to send me a method in which I could access the rest of Dr. Ndahiro's article? I would greatly appreciate this.

Thanks for your time and assistance,
Katie Bremner

Greetings Katie,

Thank you for your enquiry about the article "10 Years On - The Story of Rwanda" and for your plan to discuss it with your Grade 12 students. It's a great piece of writing and I've quoted from it often on the website.

I apologise for the link not working and will try and get that up and running again. In the meantime, I can fax you a copy of my printout of Dr Alfred Ndahiro's presentation. I've located it in my files. It's thirteen pages and its headings are (including the first three which you've read):

   The Immediate Aftermath of the 1994 Genocide
   Acheivements in Post-Genocide Rwanda

        Peace and security
        National Unity and Reconciliation
        Accountability for genocide
        Prosecutions before ordinary courts
        Communal justice system (Gacaca)
        Health and Social affairs
        Accessibility to health services
        Education services
        Governance reforms
        Economic governance and reforms
        Empowering the Youth and Women

   Challenges to the Government of Rwanda

Please email me back with your fax # and I'll get the article off to you ASAP.

All the best,
Jackie Jura

PS - I have now created a new link to the rest of that article by Alfred Ndahiro. See 10 YEARS ON - THE STORY OF RWANDA

To Orwell Today,

Thanks Jackie!

-Katie Bremner

Greetings Katie,

A reader says high school students will benefit from reading Alfred Ndahiro's presentation about the history of Rwanda. He also sends another presentation by Dr. Ndahiro. See RWANDA IN EYES OF RETURNEE

All the best,
Jackie Jura

Jackie Jura
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