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America Society of Anesthesiologist to empower Rwandan physicians

America Society of Anesthesiologist to empower Rwandan physicians

American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA) Global Humanitarian Outreach (GHO) volunteer Megan Olejniczak, M.D., will travel to Rwanda to teach local physicians in Anesthesia Care in order to Improve Patient Safety. Olejniczak to participate in a teaching program on October 19, at the two teaching hospitals of the National University of Rwanda in the cities of […]

UN Force Commander decorates Rwandan peacekeepers in El Fasher

United Nations Hybrid Operation (UNAMID) decorated Rwanda peacekeepers both Military and Police officers based in El Fasher - Darfur serving under the African Union. The forces received medals on October 5, in recognition of good performance exhibited during their tour of duty. The event was presided over by UNAMID Force Commander, Lt Gen Paul Ignace Mella who thanked the peacekeepers for honoring […]

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Ban ki- moon condemns killing of Rwandan peacekeeper

The UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has condemned “in the strongest terms” the latest attacks against a peacekeeping mission in Sudan’s Darfur region, which left a peacekeeper dead. The soldier died when Rwanda peacekeepers intervened to stop fighting that broke out between Arab and Fur tribesmen about 200 m from Kabkabiya Base Camp, North Darfur. Ban […]

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The Korea Internet Security Services to train Rwandan Police force on Internet crimes

  The Korea Internet Security Services (KISA) to train Rwandan Police force on internet crimes in effort to broaden the country’s IT sector. This was disclosed by Yi Wan, the Vice President of the South Korean-based IT firm, on October 1, 2013 while visiting the RNP General Headquarters in Kigali. Wan said KISA will provide […]

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Ugandan businessmen meet Rwandan counterparts for Business Forum in Kigali

Participants following proceedings at the Uganda Rwanda Uganda Business Forum Dinner in Kigali Over 70 Uganda business leaders joined their Rwandan counterparts for the second edition of the Rwandan, Uganda Business Forum aimed at strengthening investment and trade between Rwanda and Uganda. The forum was hosted in Kigali from October 11 to 14, 2013. Presiding […]

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Unlike men, Rwandan women before the Liberation did not enjoy inheritance rights and most did not achieve a post high school education. Traditionally, both in the households and on the national level, men were dominant and women’s participation in decision-making was quite insignificant. The genocide reversed these dynamics. Most men were either killed during the […]

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US hospital to partners with Rwandan National Police in healthcare

A team of medical practitioners from Mercy Hospitals Oklahoma USA, are on the week- long visit in Rwanda to identify areas of cooperation. The team visited Kacyiru Police Hospital, on June 27, 2013, where they were received by the Inspector General of Police Emmanuel K. Gasana. Mr. Eric Pianalto, who led the group, said they […]

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Lesotho officials visit to study decentralization, good governance

Mr. NTAI MAKOETJE (R), Deputy Principal Secretary in the Lesotho Ministry of Local Government, head of delegation A delegation of officials from the kingdom of Lesotho are in Rwanda on a week- long, study tour on decentralization and good governance in order to consolidate partnerships between the two countries. The group of 25 comprises of […]

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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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Rwanda : Marriot Hotels to train Rwandan girls

Female students from Akilah women’s Institute will be given first priority of working and acquiring free training in the Middle East, courtesy of Marriot Hotels Kigali. After completing their academic courses at the Kigali based women’s Institute, the benefiting students will start taking practical skills trainings in three Marriot hotels around the world. This will […]

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