Editor, Quite often Rwandan hospitals and health centres are cited as perfect examples of poor service delivery in the country. I have not carried out my own research about that issue, and, therefore, will desist from passing a judgment.
Editor, I wish to respond to the article by Liban Mugabo, titled, “The UN’s Incompetence in DRC”, in Wednesday’s issue of The New Times. What I find disturbing is when people start blaming others for their problems, instead of simply advising their beloved countries to be more strategic on foreign affairs.
Editor, In a letter published in this newspaper on May 25, the author claimed that a recent study on the number of abortions in Rwanda, conducted by the Guttmacher Institute and the University of Rwanda’s School of Public Health, inflated the number of abortions by counting miscarriages as induced abortions. That claim is entirely false and we would like to correct the record.