Rwanda invests US $2 million in natural disaster early warning systems

Rwanda invests US $2 million in natural disaster early warning systems

The Government of Rwanda has invested over 1.2 billion Rwandan francs US $2 million to strengthen the nation’s capacity to respond to natural disasters. The investment is part of the government’s plan to manage natural disaster threats that are increasing because of climate change. According…

Save the Children International, Rwanda Peace Academy sign agreement on child protection

Save the Children International, Rwanda Peace Academy sign agreement on child protection

Save the Children International signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Director of Rwanda Peace Academy on conduct of training and research for child protection. The agreement was signed between Natacha Vorholter Natacha, Deputy Regional Director of Save the Children International and Director of Rwanda…

More female Police officers set to go for peacekeeping missions

More female Police officers set to go for peacekeeping missions

Eighty Rwanda National Police Individual Police Officers (IPOs), 73 of them females, will on January 25, leave for a one year peacekeeping operations in four separate United Nations missions. A batch of 40 females will be deployed under the United Nations–African Union Mission in Darfur…

Phoenix Metals commence smelting activities in Rwanda

Phoenix Metals commence smelting activities in Rwanda

Phoenix Metals Ltd, owner of Karuruma Tin Smelting Plant has kicked off the smelting activities. According to Mr. Raphaël Ritter de Zahony, the company CEO, they are going to work for 10 days non-stop as they test the maximum capacity of the plant. The smelter…

Rwanda reviews visa policy

Rwanda reviews visa policy

The Government of Rwanda has reviewed and updated its immigration visa regulations as provided by the law. The New Visa will take effect from Nov. 1st 2014 as approved by the cabinet on 15th Oct. 2014. Citizens from member countries of the East African Community…