Patrice Ndayisenga

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Fr. Patrice Ndayisenga, S.J., is a Jesuit priest from Rwanda currently serving as director of Jesuit Urumuri Centre: Centre for Research and Social Action in Kigali, Rwanda. He was a part of the Berkley Center's Catholic Social Teaching and the Global Future of Development project. His publications and studies have focused on subjects such as AIDS and ethics, ecology, constitutionalism in Africa, legal and political philosophy, and justice and human rights theories. He has also worked as assistant director at the African Jesuit AIDS Network, a Catholic faith-based organization run by Jesuit fathers that seeks to promote the welfare of people affected by HIV/AIDS in Sub-Saharan Africa. Ndayisenga received his B.A. (honors) in philosophy and humanities from the University of Zimbabwe; he was also awarded B.A. (honors) in theology from the Catholic University of Eastern Africa in Kenya.

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