Kigali City Council has set up a one stop center, which is going to ease construction formalities and boost the construction sector. KCC vice mayor Alphose Nizeyimana. (photo Timothy Kisambira) Talking to the press at Kigali city council, Alphose Nizeyimana, the vice mayor, said that based on the current development trend of towns in Rwanda, [...]
While the 16th genocide commemoration nationally ended last week, with emphasis on fighting trauma, the umbrella association of genocide survivors IBUKA continues its 100 day mourning period.
Since the introduction of the crop intensification program back in 2007, agricultural production increased significantly by 15% in 2008 while the following year, the growth dipped somewhat to 10%.
A group of 8 medical volunteers from Nigeria have arrived in the country to help improve service delivery in the areas of psychiatry, pediatric services, general nursing and maternity.
“Stop listening to rumors because they cause insecurity in our country,” President Kagame said last week officiating the swearing-in ceremony of the new Minister of Defense and military chiefs of the Rwanda Defense Forces (RDF).
A Kenyan delegation which was in the country recently to attend the seventh Kenya and Rwanda Joint Permanent Commission, called for more capacity building in Rwanda’s institutions as way of facilitating the bilateral ties. The delegation which was led by Thuita Mwangi, permanent secretary of the Kenyan ministry of foreign affairs, emphasized that the training [...]
MTN workers joined the rest of the country to commemorate the Genocide week by visiting Ntarama memorial site in Bugesera district where they also donated 1 million francs.
As one of the major development partners of Rwanda, the World Bank has signed two grant agreements worth US$ 121.6 million with the ministry of finance aimed at supporting the country’s development programs.
A comprehensive program by the Rwandan Red Cross is trying to help people get out of poverty.
Gatuna border has now begun working 24 hours instead of 16 hours, a move welcomed by traders. This comes after the Joint Permanent Commission meeting in Kampala last month which ended by signing an agreement between the two countries of Uganda and Rwanda which was attended by the two foreign ministers of the two countries.