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The ‘Rwanda Peace Building and Development Programme’, begun in 2004, is designed to address challenges faced by communities and the Government, which include reintegrating demobilised soldiers, dealing with wounds re-opened by the gacaca, and (re)settling refugee returnees. The programme builds on a pilot project in 2001, in which Oxfam GB moved from short term humanitarian intervention to longer term development programming. The overall objective of this mid-term evaluation, from 2007, was to take stock of progress made towards realising objectives, in order to aw lessons for improving quality, future programming and sharing.

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