Minnie Karanja
Minnie Karanja
SNVu2019s CEO Ms. Meike van Ginneken giving her speech.
FEATURED: SNV launches global strategy in Rwanda
City of Kigali introduced Car-Free-Zone in August 2015 in the Central Business District (CBD) along KN 4 Avenue.
SPONSORED: World Cities Day 2017
Jacqueline with her husband and children outside their home.
SPONSORED: Fred Hollows Foundation restores sight and hope in rural Rwanda
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Restoring sight and hope in Rural Rwanda
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UNICEF to expand early childhood devt programmes in Rwanda
Imbuto Foundation and UNICEF Rwanda staff construct a kitchen garden at the centre during last Saturday's Umuganda. (@UNICEFRwanda)
Umuganda: UNICEF and Imbuto Foundation help rehabilitate Kanombe ECD Centre
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New project to benefit vulnerable youth
Youth having discussions in a safe place.
How Never Again Rwanda (NAR) is promoting the values of respect and dignity to enable peace
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{SPONSORED} Agriculture financing key to boost Rwanda’s economy
The WHO Africa forum will highlight the opportunities for effective health services delivery. (Courtesy photo)
Rwanda to host the First WHO Africa Health Forum
Alex Kanyankole, CEO of Development Bank of Rwanda.
Export Growth Fund (EGF) to ease access to finance for exporters
Ben Mugisha, CEO of Nature Fresh Foods.
Nature Fresh Foods
Donatile Nibagwire, CEO of Floris Rwanda.
Exporters scaling heights through BRD’s Grant Matching Facility
ADF management committee members deliberating at the meeting.
SPONSORED: African Democracy Forum Management Committee concludes two-day meeting in Kigali
The pool side view of Park Inn by Radisson located in Kiyovu. / All photos by Timothy Kisambira
[PHOTOS & VIDEO] Park Inn by Radisson Kigali: Adding colour and fun to Kigali’s hospitality industry
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SPONSORED: Rwanda strengthening its health system to address depression
Some of the AERG staff team members.
SPONSORED: Psychosocial support essential for survivors to live productive lives
Manasseh Gihana Wandera, Executive Director SFH Rwanda.
SPONSORED: Behaviour change communication vital in averting health threats among Rwandans

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