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Lauren Bush wants to help Rwandan children

Lauren Bush wants to help Rwandan children

Lauren Bush, a niece to former US President George. W. Bush, once again visited Rwanda and expressed interest in supporting the school feeding programme in Rwanda, and how it can be improved to support a larger number of children. Lauren is an acclaimed American philanthropist, model, activist and co-founder of FEED organization in 2006, the […]

Nigerian delegation visit to learn from Rwanda’s achievements

A delegation of National Institute of Policy and Strategic Studies in Kuru, Nigeria, visited Rwanda’s Ministry of Trade and Industry, on July 17, 2013 to learn about Rwanda’s achievements from the Trade and Industry sector ‘s efforts in respect to doing business in Rwanda and overall investment climate prevailing in the country. The institute is […]

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UNAIDS envoy, First Lady visit Kacyiru Police Hospital

The Executive Director of UNAIDS Michel Sidibe and Her Excellency Jeanette Kagame, the First Lady of Rwanda paid a visit to Kacyiru Police Hospital near the Rwanda National Police headquarters in Kacyiru on May 6 2013. The visit was aimed at experiencing first-hand progresses in the national AIDS response. Sidibe who is on a two-day […]

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AFP visits to experience wonders of Rwanda

Buffalo State theater students, who have been on a two- week trip in Rwanda have visited various places in order to explore the country’s wonders as an extension of the Anne Frank Project (AFP) and were mentioned in the article, “Intimate Proximity: The Human Face of Genocide” in “International Educator” magazine.   The group visited places such as […]

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Rwanda: United Kingdom Louth Lincolnshire shop staff visit for first-hand

Ryan Gryniewicz— duty manager of Louth’s Lincolnshire Co-Operative food store at in the U.K. arrived in Rwanda last year on December 29, 2012 on a five-day adventure to witness how raised money has helped towards changing the lives of people living in poverty. Gryniewicz and his group journeyed to see how donated money raised by […]

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