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  1. Addressing Urgent Community Mental Health Needs in Rwanda: Culturally Sensitive Training Interventions

    Addressing Urgent Community Mental Health Needs in Rwanda: Culturally Sensitive Training Interventions

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Journal of Psychology in Africa
    Rwandan leaders in the health and educational sectors have begun to discuss the necessity for establishing culturally appropriate community-based mental health counselling services in Rwanda, especially trauma counselling. The need for a community psychology approach is anchored in the lingering...
  2. HIV/AIDS Education in Butare-ville Secondary Schools (Rwanda): Analyzing Pedagogic Discourse Using a Bernsteinian Framework

    HIV/AIDS Education in Butare-ville Secondary Schools (Rwanda): Analyzing Pedagogic Discourse Using a Bernsteinian Framework

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Journal of Psychology in Africa
    This article presents three case studies of how HIV/AIDS education is being organized and taught in Rwanda. It analyses what teachers were doing in 2005 through classroom teaching to safeguard young people from HIV/AIDS. A pedagogic framework is introduced and...
  3. Men in Uniforms: Masculinity, Sexuality and HIV/AIDS in Western Rwanda

    Men in Uniforms: Masculinity, Sexuality and HIV/AIDS in Western Rwanda

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Journal of Psychology in Africa
    The objective of this study was to provide an in-depth description and analysis of the lived experiences of men in uniforms in Western Rwanda with a view to the links between notions of masculinity, sexual practices and the spread of...
  4. Understanding the role of forests in rural household economies: experiences from the Northern and Western provinces of Rwanda

    Understanding the role of forests in rural household economies: experiences from the Northern and Western provinces of Rwanda

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Southern Forests: a Journal of Forest Science
    Forests have conventionally been seen as a source of products for sustaining resource-poor households. Nonetheless, forest management strategies have often not been designed to meet these pressing needs. The objectives of this research were to examine the contribution of forest...
  5. Happiness and life satisfaction in Rwanda

    Happiness and life satisfaction in Rwanda

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Journal of Psychology in Africa
    This study investigated predictors of happiness and life satisfaction in Rwanda. Data from the World Values Survey and gathered from 3 030 Rwandese (age ranging 16 to 90 years, mean age = 34.2, SD = 12.7; females = 50.5%) were...
  6. A response to Gatali and Wallin (2015) Bird diversity in the savanna habitats of Akagera National Park, Rwanda, in the post-war recovery period

    A response to Gatali and Wallin (2015) Bird diversity in the savanna habitats of Akagera National Park, Rwanda, in the post-war recovery period

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Ostrich: Journal of African Ornithology
    The paper ‘Bird diversity in the savanna habitats of Akagera National Park, Rwanda, in the post-war recovery period’ by Gatali and Wallin (Ostrich 86(3): 267–276, 2015) makes several claims for new species records for Akagera National Park and Rwanda. We...
  7. Bird watching and estimation of bird diversity – not always corresponding: a reply to Hogg and Vande weghe

    Bird watching and estimation of bird diversity – not always corresponding: a reply to Hogg and Vande weghe

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Ostrich: Journal of African Ornithology
    Some occurrences of rare or unusual bird species reported by us in a previous paper (Ostrich 86(3): 267–276, 2015) are considered to be doubtful by Hogg and Vande weghe (Ostrich 88(1): 83–88, 2017). We believe that some of the problems...
  8. A Place for Individuals: Positive Growth in Rwanda

    A Place for Individuals: Positive Growth in Rwanda

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Eastern African Literary and Cultural Studies
    This article introduces the Rwandan Stories of Change research project, and uses data collected jointly with the Aegis Trust to argue for the value of in-depth studies on individual Rwandans’ positive growth. It seeks to explore the place of individual...