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UK students extends orchid knowledge to Rwanda

UK students extends orchid knowledge to Rwanda

A group of Writhlington School students has made a groundbreaking visiting Rwanda in February 2013, where they have been working to set up orchid projects in the country’s schools.   The group of 3 students includes Zoe Parfitt, Zoe Barnes and Jake Smaje, spent a week in Rwanda working with students and staff at four [...]

Rwanda: UK varsity extends scholarships to Rwandans

Rwandan students will this year 2013 be able to benefit from a scholarship programs offered by the University of Manchester. These scholarships aimed at supporting the less privileged. The university is offering scholarships for full-time campus-based postgraduate taught masters to applicants from Rwanda starting in September 2013. The scholarships cover full tuition fees, return international [...]

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Due to the Rwanda’s efforts in good governance and commitment to its development programmes, Britain has decided to release part of its delayed funds that was intended for General Budget Support of the year 2012. Britain now stands in stark contrast to Sweden, the US, the Netherlands and Germany, which have all decided to delay or [...]

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Rwanda: Maralyn’s charity work receives recommendation

  A former Methodist Local Preacher Maralyn Bambridge, based in Suffolk, UK who runs Engalynx a charity was presented the 2012 Inspire Award, by John Carrington from Colchester for helping Rwandan orphans to have a better life- this August 2012. Maralyn started her charity in 1988 after learning about the aftermath of the Rwanda’s 1994 [...]

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Rwanda: Symphony International supplier of non biodegradable polythene bags loses Rwanda business deal

Symphony International the UK based company has lost its deal in Rwanda of supplying environmentally friendly plastic bags due to supplying polythene bags which were not biodegradable as per agreement with the Rwandan government.   The termination of the contract was revealed on August 18, 2012, after Rwanda Environment Management Authority (REMA) discovered that the [...]

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Rwanda : UK Parliamentarians address Rwandan entrepreneurs

Two UK parliamentarians July 18, 2012 addressed more than 100 entrepreneurs and businesspeople in Kigali this week as part of a business project run by the Conservative Party’s Project Umubano. Members of Parliament Stephen Crabb and Jeremy Lefroy were both present at the Lemigo Hotel in the country’s captal to discuss business approaches with the [...]

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