In order to fight against HIV/AIDS, Imbuto foundation is collaborating with different community based organizations (CBOs) to reach young people countrywide. According to Radegonde Ndejuru, the executive director of the Imbuto Foundation, community-based organizations in the targeted 12 districts have been selected to continue to send out positive messages against HIV/AIDS. “The overall objective was […]
The Annual National Pediatric Conference on Children and HIV/AIDS will take place in Kigali 9 to 11 November in Kigali. The focus this year will be on adolescents.
In an effort to diversify tourism products, Rwanda Development Board (RDB) is launching a new destination named Congo Nile Trail along the Lake Kivu shores from Rubavu district in North to Rusizi in south of the western country.
Last week, Rwanda officially handed over 81 tons of smuggled minerals seized by Rwandan Police at the Rwanda-DRC border to the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Girl Hub Rwanda on Wednesday launched Ni Nyampinga, a new girl-focused magazine and radio show, so as to empower teenage girls.
On Friday June 10, about 3,000 Rwandans in the Diaspora converged at Hyatt Regency Hotel in Chicago to celebrate “Rwanda Day 2011.” The day’s main speaker was President Paul Kagame. In the audience was Pierre Celestin Rwigema.
Air, water and food pollution, famine, environmental degradation straining of budgets are just a few of the dangers of an ever increasing world population.
Although significant efforts have been made to accord people with disabilities their fundamental rights, a lot remains to be done to be done to protect them against discrimination in the job market.
“Either sustainable agricultural intensification is adopted in the Central Africa region, or we may find ourselves in a situation of war, not because of politics or ethnic differences, but war for food and space.”
In a bid to increase access to electricity among rural population, three micro-hydro power plants were last Thursday inaugurated in Rubavu and Rutsiro districts.