The Rwanda Development Board (RDB) has launched a new campaign to improve customer care under the slogan Na Yombi (“welcoming someone with open arms”). The main target audience of the campaign will be hotel industry since they are the primary interface with visitors in the country, as well as and local government offices because they [...]
The government and the World Bank have signed three loan and grant agreements worth US$ 130 million meant to sustain the poverty reduction process. The amount consists of US$ 80 million dedicated to realize implementation of the third Rural Sector Support Project (RSSP3), US$ 40 million to support the social protection system and US$ 10 [...]
Kenyan lender alienates employees and labor regulators.
But crucial report is not made public
Rwanda Development Bank (BRD) will this year focus more resources to fund small and medium enterprises, youth, women as well as export-oriented projects after “a successful year” that saw the bank rake in Frw 2.7 billion in net profit and sourced about US$ 35.6 million from external development partners.
Sanjeev Anand is a seasoned banker who needs no introduction in this region and beyond. But the managing director of Rwanda Commercial Bank (BCR) espouses a fascinating concept in banking that makes him stand out in banking circles.
The Rwanda Development Board in partnership with Google has conducted the mapping exercise of Rwanda’s tourism attractions with the objective of increasing access to tourism information on the web.
Close to a 100 school-based teacher mentors are languishing at their workstations following a delay by the Rwanda Education board to pay their salaries. They are among those who decided to accept appointments to work as school-based mentors for teachers in the usage of the English as a language of instruction in schools.
Rose Kanani, 58, from Kibilizi sector, Nyamagabe district of Southern Province was born with a cleft lip, and for nearly sixty years she had no hope of receiving surgery. Not only was she from a poor family, but at the time there was simply no treatment for the condition.
While the war in this country, in which bombs and guns were fired claiming thousands, ended almost two decades ago, a new one seems to have broken out: drug abuse.