Healing and Reconciliation
Manual: A Guide for
Leaders: Healing and Rebuilding our Communities (HROC)
I am Human: Testimonies from the Healing Companions Program in Rwanda
Face has Changed from Foggy to Joyful: Testimonies from the Healing
Companion Program in Burundi
Manual for Basic Workshop: Healing and
Rebuilding Our Communities (HROC),
January 2007. This manual includes the curriculum for the three day basic
the Guns Have Stopped: Searching for Reconciliation in Burundi,
by Theoneste Bizimana and Anna Sandidge, May, 2006. These are the words
of 18 out of 41 rural Burundians that the author interviewed about their
lives, their journey of healing, and their involement with the Healing
and Rebuilding Our Communities program, 48 pages with pictures.
from Violent Conflict: An Evaluation of Healing and Rebuilding Our
Community Workshops in
Peter Yeomans and Adrien Niyongabo, February 2006.
Seventy-eight Burundians with substantial traumatic histories were tested
before and after their participation in the Healing and Rebuilding
Our Community (HROC) workshop series.
Mutaho by Adrien Niyongabo and David Zarembka, March 2005. This
is a description of the series of six HROC workshops with Tutsi from
an internally displaced camp and Hutu from the surrounding community,
three follow-up seminars, and a community gathering/celebration to restore
normal, healthy relationships in this community.
and Rebuilding Our Communities by David Zarembka, reprinted
from the Quaker Life, October 2004 describes the three-day community
healing workshops in Rwanda, Burundi, and Uganda as developed by AGLI-trained
Letter to Support Trauma Healing in Rwanda by Helean Cobban, June 1,
2003. A summary of why trauma healing needs to be supported in Rwanda
after the genocide.
Healing Report—Rwanda by Adrien Niyongabo July 2003. Report on the first twenty-five trauma
healing workshops in Rwanda.
Report of Trauma Training--Rwanda by Carolyn Keys and Adrien Niyongabo,
March 20, 2003. Report on the first trauma healing training done in Rwanda
Healing in Burundi by David Zarembka, September 2002. Description
of the THARS program and the opening of the listening room in Cagura,