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European Union, Rwanda review cooperation portfolio performance

European Union, Rwanda review cooperation portfolio performance

EU, Rwanda Officials meet to review CPPR IN Kigali Government of Rwanda and the European Union on August 13 2014 conducted a Cooperation Portfolio Performance Review (CPPR). The main objective of the review was to assess progress of the implementation, adjust where necessary, and agree on the way forward in order to attain the desired […]

US Doctors to offer medical services in Rwanda

Two doctors at Via Christi clinic based in the US Kansas Dr. Lane Olson and Dr. Jonathan Peters will visit Rwanda to provide medical services. This was announced by the program director Dr. Todd Stephens who said spent several years in Rwanda and was changed by his experience from working with Rwandan communities. Doctors are […]

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Kagame tips religious leaders on leadership

President Paul Kagame addressed Rwanda Leaders Fellowship during a dinner hosted by Rick Warren’s Purpose Driven Ministries and Rwanda Leaders Fellowship and urged them to move beyond the rhetoric of leadership, Pastor Rick Warren is the founder of Saddleback Church based in California as well as behind the Peace Plan. “Leadership has more to do […]

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African women commend gov’t’s approach on GBV

Women attending the ongoing ‘African Centers of Excellence (ACE)’ meeting in Kigali visited the Rwanda National Police (RNP) anti-gender and domestic violence medical wing – Isange One Stop Centre and commended the force for its holistic approach in dealing with women and child issues. The delegation headed by Melat Tekletsadik, the director of ACE was […]

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Regional police students in Rwanda graduate

Twenty-eight Police students of the second intake of the ‘Senior Command and Staff’ course graduated on August 4, 2014 at the National Police College in Musanze District. The officers are from Uganda, Burundi, Ethiopia, Swaziland, Kenya, South Sudan, Tanzania, Zambia and Rwanda, the host. The one-year course offers strategic leadership and Master’s programme in Peace […]

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Ebola: Rwanda deploys hundreds of medics, sets special clinic

Rwanda has deployed medics and installed a temporary clinic at Kigali International Airport following red alerts of an eminent spread of the Ebola virus that is taking toll on West Africa. “We are ready with so many things”, said Health Minister, Dr. Agnes Binagwaho. Over 270 medics and a temporally clinic have been put on […]

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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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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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Dutch company boosts Rwanda’s bush clearing with mechanization

AHUI Prinot Company, a Dutch company that deals with Mechanization issues, has brought a solution to hilly landscape of Rwanda by providing bush cleaning machines that can climb over 45degrees uphill, and 30 Degrees lateral side. The investor made the statement in Kigali on July 9, 2014 while meeting with the Minister of Agriculture and […]

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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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