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Global Communities-USAID/EMIRGE Program Rwanda promoting Equity, ‘Gender parity’

Global Communities-USAID/EMIRGE Program Rwanda promoting Equity, ‘Gender parity’

As cases of school dropouts persist in Rubavu district, Western Rwanda, members of Tuvugibyayo cooperative have vowed to preach equity and gender parity and help families involved in domestic conflicts to uproot the vice. Global Communities-USAID EMIRGE Program has been supporting Tuvugibyayo cooperative in areas of capacity building by providing customized trainings in Cooperative Governance, […]

What Happened to Ingabire Victoire Lawyer Expelled From Rwanda?

A Dutch lawyer Caroline Buisman who claims to be an attorney to jailed politician Victoire Umuhoza Ingabire was asked to leave Rwanda last week by immigration officials. As KT Press reports, she was in the country for a different purpose, but then opted to visit Ingabire. A chronology of events provided by the Rwanda Directorate General of immigration and Emigration […]

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First Lady in Boston to Raise Funds For Rwanda’s First Cardiac Center

Rwanda is expected to establish its first-ever cardiac care center , a very vital facility in the care of patients diagnosed with cardiac complications. First Lady Jeannette Kagame travelled to Boston, US where she has launched a public campaign to raise funds for construction of Rwanda’s premier cardiac care center. The event hosted at University […]

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Another FDLR Commander Escapes From DRC to Rwanda

Rwanda has received another FDLR commander after he escaped from his base in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Maj. Ntagisanimana Jean Claude 42, told KT Press that he had for a long time thought about returning home. He arrived on Thursday with two of his children but his wife (Uwineza) and other children remained in Congo. He […]

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US Endorses Rwanda’s Principles On Civilian Protection

Civilians caught up in the middle of armed conflicts may become safer as the world adopts Rwanda’s values on protection of civilians. These values known as the ‘Kigali Principles’  require countries contributing to UN peacekeeping troops to always send well trained peace keepers and to intervene without delay in a country where an armed conflict […]

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Eight point new agenda for Africa’s Competitiveness launched

As the continent struggles through shocks of falling commodity prices and decline of oil prices, the close of the world Economic Forum on Africa in Kigali has seen the launch of an eight point agenda. The agenda World Economic Forum, African Development Bank, OECD and World Bank is expected to raise levels of economic competitiveness […]

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Africa Considering Rwanda’s Magic On Women Inclusion

Africa’s men should not pride in dominating women because this doesn’t mean they are smarter, President Paul Kagame has warned. “Our problem is women are behind the men and the men are behind the rest of the world,” Kagame said during a panel discussion on Africa’s fourth Industrial Revolution at the World Economic Forum on […]

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Rwanda Inks Deal to Export Engineers to Japan

Kobe city in Japan has started recruiting over 1000 ICT engineers from Rwanda under a deal that could help Rwanda cut down unemployment challenges. The joint deal, “Partnership toward creating innovation ecosystem and bridging Africa and Japan,” was signed on May 9, by Mayors of Kigali City and Kobe City. According to this partnership, Kobe […]

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With New Tax Policy, Rwandans Digging Deep For Cars

Traffic during peak hours in Kigali Effective April 21, Rwandans begun digging deeper into their pockets to own an imported secondhand vehicle. Rwanda has began implementing the East African Community(EAC) Depreciation schedule through a Free on Board depreciation rate ranging between 20% for 2 year old cars to 75% for 9 year old cars. A […]

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Rwanda Army Joins Battle Against Malaria

Rwanda’s Army has joined the fight against malaria that is increasingly claiming more people both in the country and in Africa. The Military is currently engaging different players in the health sector to harmonise efforts against the killer disease. The Army is coming in to utilize its resources which includes, doctors, logistical muscle and the […]

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