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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 […]

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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Rwandan to chair Commonwealth Youth Council committee

Commonwealth Youth Council (CYC) members have appointed Rwanda’s Higher learning Institution Students Union leader, Daniel Komezusenge to chair the committee.  The CYC committee comprises of nine individuals from different Commonwealth countries responsible for approving members and affiliate observers of the Council who review applications and submitting recommended applicants to the executive for consideration. According to […]

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Agahozo-Shalom restores the rhythm of life in youths

It’s been 19 years since the Rwandan genocide. Much has been done regarding reconciliation and rebuilding. But the work continues, including helping those who became orphans during and after the mass killings. Agahozo-Shalom Youth Village whose name is a combination of Kinyarwanda and Hebrew — Agahozo meaning “where tears are dried” and Shalom meaning “peace,” […]

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Canadian teens tie-dye for Rwanda support

Madodt’s Peter Wilton, Burke McGuinness and Chris Vanderkooy on February 1, 2013 revealed their plans to continued raising money for Rwandan youth through sales of their tie-dye T-shirts. It’s not often a brand name precedes a product, but when a trio of North Vancouver teens came up with the catchy title make a difference or […]

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Many youths have a fantasy of getting bigger jobs in the government institutions or private sector. With their potential untapped talents they go flat out from office to office looking for a job with a dream of landing on a bigger one. This habit is found in who have either completed secondary education or gone […]

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Rwanda: Youth from region kick starts a harmony- course

On July 31, 2012, a team of youths from member states of the Economic Community of the Great Lakes Countries (CEPGL) arrived in Rwanda to receive training in all key areas proved to be beneficial to the community. Camping at Rubavu District the youths are undertaking courses in political stability and peace building and conduct […]

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