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African youth challenged to join efforts to fight corruption

African youth challenged to join efforts to fight corruption

President Paul Kagame has called upon African youth from 43 countries to join in efforts of fighting corruption by not participating in it. He made the remarks during an interactive session with youth from various African countries, who are participating at the Youth Dialogues conference organized by the Mandela Institute for Development Studies (MINDS) in […]

Sweden boosts Rwanda’s scientific research program with $40M

Sweden has given $ 40.7 million (approximately Rwf28 billion) to boost research and use of scientific knowledge in Rwanda. Under the Cooperation in Research, Higher Education and Institutional Advancement program the grant will support use of scientific knowledge of international quality that contributes to Rwanda’s development.  The initiative will also enable poor people to improve […]

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Rwandans expelled from Tanzania find new hope back home

Odette Bayagambe, 39, had always considered Tanzania her home, until the afternoon of August 9, 2013 when Tanzanian security operatives attacked her home and forced her to leave the country. “I had just taken goats to graze,” she says. “As I stood in the middle of our banana plantation, four Tanzanian soldiers came to our […]

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US embassy in Rwanda changes pay point for visa application fees

 The US embassy in Kigali has announced the new location to make payments for visa application from I&M bank to Ecobank. The move is aimed at improving the services towards visa application process to persons travelling to America from Rwanda, according to the statement from the embassy. The U.S. Embassy in Rwanda will use a […]

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President Kagame, Obiang Nguema call for African solidarity

Presidents Kagame and Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo of Equitorial Guinea have called for increased African cooperation with the aim of finding solutions to African problems through the South-South cooperation. While jointly addressing the press at the end of President Nguema’s two-day visit in Rwanda, the two Presidents underscored the need for African nations to focus […]

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Rwanda hosts International Conference to discuss the future of Democracy in Africa, Asia and Middle East

 The Conference on Democratic Governance in Africa, Asia, and the Middle East, which took place in Rwanda’s Capital, Kigali from June 30th to July 2, attracted over 350 experts to discuss the future of democracy in two Continents. Experts criticised Western donors for imposing policies on developing nations and urged that imitating democratic models from […]

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Rwanda remains the safest country to live in Africa

Rwanda has remained the safest country to live in in Africa as crime rates dropped 5.6 percent lower between January and June this year, following the report presented by Rwanda’s Minister of Internal Security Sheikh Musa Fazil Harelimana. The Gallup poll “Global States of Mind”2012 listed Rwanda among countries where citizens are most likely to […]

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One UN injects $28M into women and youth employment projects

One UN Rwanda gave $28 million (approximately Rwf19 billion) to support women and youth employment in Rwanda. Rwanda government and One UN Rwanda signed the funding on July 8, 2014 in Kigali. The move is aimed at supporting the national employment program directed towards the youth and women employment as stipulated under the second Economic […]

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Rwanda recounts success stories of female leadership

Rwanda hosted Women in Parliament (WIP) 2014 Summer Summit bringing together delegates from 45 countries across the world. The summit dubbed ‘The Spirit of Women in Parliaments: Advancing Society,’ tackled the success story of Rwandan women as political representatives alongside women political empowerment globally. Since 2008 to 2013 Rwanda boosts of the highest figures of […]

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Rwanda celebrates ‘World Day against illicit drugs’

Rwanda joined the rest of the world on June 26 to mark the international day against illicit drugs and trafficking. The awareness to exercise against the vice was held in Rubavu district and attended by officials from the government, private institutions, security organs, students and thousands of local residents. The Minister for Internal Security, Sheikh […]

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