Environmental causes and impacts of the genocide in Rwanda

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Environmental causes and impacts of the genocide in Rwanda

This paper uses a geographical perspective, more specifically the geography of conflict, to assess the environmental causes and impacts of the genocide in Rwanda, more than a decade after the genocide. Primary data used in this article were obtained from fieldwork undertaken in Cyangugu and Butare Towns, case studies chosen not only because of their particular history before, during and after the genocide but also because of their heterogeneous population and physical landscapes.

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  • Author
    Alphonse Gahima, Suveshnee Munien, Vadi Moodley
  • Year of publication
    October 2010
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