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The following articles all claim that Rwanda was 60-70% female immediately after the genocide.  The next census was 2002 which put the country at about 55% female.  This is not necessarily contradictory when we consider that many Rwandans had fled and may have returned after the genocide.  We might also have seen men from neighbouring countries being attracted to Rwanda by the number of available women.
  
 
* [https://www.bu.edu/econ/files/2012/11/dp223.pdf When all the Good Men are Gone: Sex Ratio and Domestic Violence in Post-Genocide Rwanda]
 
* [https://www.bu.edu/econ/files/2012/11/dp223.pdf When all the Good Men are Gone: Sex Ratio and Domestic Violence in Post-Genocide Rwanda]
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* https://www.npr.org/sections/goatsandsoda/2016/07/29/487360094/invisibilia-no-one-thought-this-all-womans-debate-team-could-crush-it
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* https://www.hrw.org/reports/1996/Rwanda.htm
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* https://www.proquest.com/blog/pqblog/2017/Perspectives-on-the-Evolving-Role-of-Women-in-Rwanda.html
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=== Census Data ===
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* http://rwanda.countrystat.org/fileadmin/user_upload/countrystat_fenix/congo/docs/Census_A%20synthesis%20report_0_0.pdf

Latest revision as of 12:05, 15 September 2018

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The following articles all claim that Rwanda was 60-70% female immediately after the genocide. The next census was 2002 which put the country at about 55% female. This is not necessarily contradictory when we consider that many Rwandans had fled and may have returned after the genocide. We might also have seen men from neighbouring countries being attracted to Rwanda by the number of available women.

Census Data