Rwanda, UN in Joint Efforts to Resettle Returnees


The government and the United Nations have pledged to work together in facilitating voluntary repatriation and resettlement of refugees.

Displaced people (file photo): At least 70,000 Rwandans are expected to return before the UN invokes the Cessation Clause on Rwandan refugees next June.

  • Rwanda:  Govt, UN in Joint Efforts to Resettle Returnees

    The New Times, 20 November 2012

    The government and United Nations agencies in Rwanda under their umbrella, (ONE UN), yesterday, pledged to work together in facilitating voluntary repatriation and resettlement of ... read more »

  • Rwanda:  Refugees Continue to Return Home With Great Hope

    News of Rwanda, 17 September 2012

    Refugees who had sought asylum in the Democratic Republic of Congo continue to return back to the country after 18 years as refugees. read more »

  • Rwanda:  Refugees Return From Uganda

    The New Times, 14 September 2012

    Forty-six Rwandan refugees yesterday returned home after being repatriated from Uganda. read more »

  • Rwanda:  Rusizi - Rwandan Refugees in Congo Continue to Abandon Forests, Returning Home

    News of Rwanda, 11 September 2012

    Many Rwandans who have been living as refugees in Congo forests are returning home in great numbers as 26 people with women majority returned on the 7th of September. read more »

  • Rwanda:  Returnees Equipped With Basic Skills

    News of Rwanda, 25 August 2012

    The third phase, of the Project Enhancing Socio-Economic Reintegration Opportunities for returnees includes training them in different basic skills. read more »

  • Rwanda:  11,000 Returnees Benefit From Japanese Support

    The New Times, 24 August 2012

    THE Japanese government has announced funding for a project to resettle and integrate over 11,000 Rwandans who were repatriated from various countries. read more »

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