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USAID-Ejo Heza ngo ibasigiye ubumenyi buhagije

USAID-Ejo Heza ngo ibasigiye ubumenyi buhagije

  Abafashamyumvire b’umushinga USAID-EJo Heza b’i Huye bavuga ko n’ubwo tariki 17/3/2016 uyu mushinga washoje ibikorwa byawo basigaranye impamba y’ubumenyi mu kwigira. Aba bafashamyumvire bahuguwe kwigisha gusoma no kwandika, guhinga kijyambere, gutegura indyo yuzuye, kwizigama no gukora udushinga tubyara inyungu kugira ngo bazabyigishe bagenzi babo. Fayisi Niyitegeka w’i Gasumba mu Murenge wa Maraba avuga ko […]

Standard and Poor’s confirms Rwanda’s rating at B+ Outlook Negative

Standard and Poor’s (S&P) published its updated rating of Rwanda.  While Rwanda’s rating is confirmed at “B+/B” on the long- and short-term foreign and local currency sovereign credit, the outlook has been revised from stable to negative, on raising balance of payments risks. The key rating drivers cited by S&P are, on the strong side, […]

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Donor support is only there to help us get on our feet

President Paul Kagame took part in a one on one discussion with CNN’s emerging markets editor John Defterios at the fourth World Government Summit in Dubai. The global gathering is dedicated to shaping the future of governments worldwide by shaping the agenda with a focus on how they can harness innovation and technology to solve […]

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Global agriculture committee talks obstacles in Rwanda

Global Agriculture and Food Security Program (GAFSP) committee met in Kigali to seek ways of tackling challenges deemed to be obstacle to agriculture sector. The steering committee discussed key challenges including global agriculture financing and as well ascertaining impact made by the Land Husbandry Water Harvesting and Hillside irrigation (LWH) program to beneficiaries LWH program […]

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Rwanda to host EAC Military Games and Cultural Event

More than 500 personnel from Eastern African Community Partner States Defence Forces will convene in Kigali from 5th-18th August 2016 to participate in 10th Edition of the EAC Military Games and Cultural Event. The preparations for this Event are on high gear. While officiating the Initial Planning Conference (IPC) held in Kigali from 25 to […]

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Northern Corridor meeting ends on high note

A three-day meeting of senior officials from defence, peace and security and Foreign Affairs clusters under the Northern Corridor Integration Projects (NCIP) ended in Rwanda. Held on January 15 in Kigali, the meeting adopted a report of joint experts which partly established a coordination mechanism among the three clusters. The peace and security clusters include […]

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Mushikiwabo pushes for inclusion of more women in Africa’s governance

Rwanda commends women’s leadership potential, urging African governments to include more female in their political processes for effective governance. Rwanda’s Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, Louise Mushikiwabo, made the remarks during the Fourth High Level Dialogue on Democracy Human Rights and Governance in Kigali. Co-organised by the Government of Rwanda through the Rwanda Governance […]

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Korea, Rwanda recites bilateral cooperation

Korea and Rwanda held talks on bilateral cooperation between the two countries to foster fast development in Rwanda. The talks were held between Park Yong-min, the Ambassador of the Republic of Korea to Rwanda and Rwanda’s Prime Minister Anastase Murekezi in Kigali. Their discussions centered on the bilateral cooperation which mainly focuses on rural agricultural […]

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South Sudan General toasts to Rwanda development agenda

The Chief of General Staff of Sudanese Peoples Liberation Army (SPLA), Gen Paul Malong Awan in Rwanda commended country’s milestone towards national development gains. He made remarks on September 10, 2015 after concluding his four day official visit to Rwanda applauded RDF for contribution to national development. Awan commended Rwanda for the development he witnessed […]

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Why the world wants Kagame lead for more years

Foreigners living in Rwanda feel that the country has become a land of opportunities, thanks to the environment created by President Paul Kagame’s good leadership. The country’s habitable environment is further attributed to President Kagame’s   leadership that has marked with security, peace and good business outlook. Despite being a small country with little resources, the […]

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