THARS Reading Room
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Letters from David - Letters to friends of THARS from program director David Niyonzima
THARS Related Materials
Called to Relate: An interview with David Niyonzima
Engineering Ministries International Volunteers Design Training Center, Gitega February 2007, by Peggy Parsons.
Etude Sur Les Besoins En Accompagnement Psychosocial Des Victimes Lors Du Processus De LaJustice Transitionnelle – Phase 1 (French only)
Microcredit - a short pamphlet describing our microcredit program in Bujumbura.
Niyonzima, David, Guerir le Trauma et Promouvoir la Reconciliation au Burundi
Niyonzima, David, Holding Everything Together, Presentation at the FWCC, Regional Gathering, February 25-26, 2005, North Seattle Friends Church.Niyonzima, David, Rapport de Mission Effectuee par le Coordinateur en Allemagne et Pologne du 17 Avril au 1er Mai 2005
Niyonzima, David and Lon Fendall, Unlocking Horns: Forgiveness and Reconciliation In Burundi. The story of David Niyonzima's personal experience with the violence and chaos of central Africa. The book offers a message of hope and healing in the midst of tribal strife.Barclay Press, 2001, 129 PP. Paper.
Self Help - a short pamphlet describing our self help groups based on the Kindernothilfe model
Spring 2002 Progress Report, African Great Lakes Initiative
Support Group - a short pamphlet describing our support group program in Kibimba.
Work Camp Report from GOOD NEWS Associates, June 2007.
David, African Great
Lakes Initiative Report: Trauma Healing and Reconciliation Service
(THARS) in Burundi
Chico, Laura Shipler and Uwimana Marie Paule, Peace Cannot Stay in Small Places, Lessons From Alternatives to Violence Workshops with Gacaca Judges, May 2004 - March 2005
Cobban, Helena, Healing Rwanda: Can an international court deliver justice? Boston Review, Dec 2003/Jan 2004.