Norma relacionada
Rwanda
Practice Relating to Rule 131. Treatment of Displaced Persons
A declaration by the Government of Rwanda in February 1993 on the restoration of the cease-fire specified: “Those displaced by the war will be installed in the demilitarized neutral zone and will receive the protection of the international force for maintaining the cease-fire.” 
Rwanda, Declaration by the government on the restoration of the cease-fire, annexed to Letter dated 4 March 1993 to the President of the UN Security Council, UN Doc. S/25363, 4 March 1993, Annex III, p. 8, § 5.
In 2003, in its second periodic report to the Committee on the Rights of the Child, Rwanda stated:
As of 30 June 2001, Rwanda had a population of 31,380 refugees, including 30,857 Congolese and 527 Burundians. More than 40% of these refugees were under the age of 18.
The Rwandan Government is cooperating closely with United Nations bodies, in this case the Office of the High Commissioner for Refugees and UNICEF, and with non-governmental organizations in order to meet their needs, to the extent of its resources. Refugee children enjoy the same rights as Rwandan children with respect to health, education and nutritional assistance. For example, their integration or reintegration into the educational system, both formal (nursery, primary and secondary) and informal (literacy and vocational training), has been facilitated. 
Rwanda, Second periodic report to the Committee on the Rights of the Child, UN Doc CRC/C/70Add.22, 8 October 2003, § 313.