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Gasana urges new police cadets to uphold professionalism

Gasana urges new police cadets to uphold professionalism

The Inspector General of Police (IGP) Emmanuel K. Gasana has welcomed the recently graduated Police cadet officers and urged them to uphold professionalism at all times. IGP Gasana said this on May 18, while briefing the 462 officer graduates who had just returned from one week break ahead of being deployed in different departments and […]

Dutch companies to boost TVET in Rwanda

Africa in motion foundation, Max Koffi and PersCe Company, Leon Van Belle from the Netherlands announced plans to explore possibilities of creating partnerships with key stake holders in Technical Vocation Education and Training (TVET) in Rwanda. The partnership aims to setup several practical oriented woodworking training centers and other sectors. According to Koffi, the purpose […]

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World Bank commends Isange One Stop Centre

The World Bank Managing Director and Chief Operating Officer, Sri Mulyani Indrawati hailed Isange One Stop Centre as an excellent model which offers hope to victims of gender based violence (GBV). While visiting the centre on May 15, 2015 Indrawati, noted that offering such high level services to victims of GBV is important in the […]

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World Bank seek deep partnership with Rwanda

The World Bank Group has disclosed plans to strengthen partnership with Rwanda in the area of development towards the country’s ambitious plan in eradicating poverty in five years time. This was disclosed by the World Bank Group Managing Director, Sri Mulyani Indrawat on May 14, while discussing with President Paul Kagame in Kigali. “We have […]

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Ms Geek: Meet the girls that could drive Rwanda’s tech revolution

Rwanda is known to be home to some of the most beautiful women in the world. And, the search for the finest girl to crown “Miss Rwanda”, is one of the most intense beauty contests there is. Both local and international judges assemble to assess the beauty pageants on their poise, excellent social skills and an […]

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Kigali restaurants risk being closed over hygiene

Nyarugenge district Mayor, Solange Mukasonga has warned restaurant owners in the district to uphold cleanliness and hygiene standards in order to avoid food poisoning and other incidents that have been caused by poor hygiene. The Mayor says that many restaurants in the city of Kigali are not taking serious the requirements of maintaining hygiene and […]

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Minister Harerimana challenges youth to safeguard country’s dev’t

Minister of Internal Security, Sheikh Musa Fazil Harerimana, challenged youth to have a specific duty to safeguard the peace and development that Rwanda has achieved by promoting patriotism and unity in their communities. Harerimana was speaking at Nkumba Ubutore Training Center while officially opening the third intake of the Youth Volunteers in Crime Prevention that […]

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Kagame commends women’s commitment to promoting unity in Rwanda

President Kagame commended women from Unity Club “Intwararumuri” as well as Rwandans who have dedicated their time to promote unity and reconciliation in the Rwandan society. He made remarks at the celebration organized by Unity Club members and Rwanda Leaders Network (RWLN) for the Women’s Day Celebrations dinner in Kigali. “Promoting gender equality is not […]

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International researchers hail Rwanda police’s community policing program

Researchers and academicians from the International Victimology Institute Tilburg, Netherlands and the University of Rwanda, hailed Rwanda National Police for a strong existing partnership with the citizens in fostering an environment of trust. The group of 15 is in a partnership tour in the country that seeks to study about transitional justice mechanisms in Rwanda. […]

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UK varsity students in Rwanda to learn on post conflict reconstruction

Students from St Andrews University based in the UK are visiting to learn from Rwanda’s progress in post conflict reconstruction. Led by Dr. Hazel Cameron, a lecturer in Criminology and Genocide studies and currently the Director of the Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies, the delegation include four professors and eleven post graduate students. During […]

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