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Kenyau2019s Senate Speaker Ken Lusaka who is also the President of ICGLR addresses the meeting . / Courtesy
Regional women push for intervention in SGBV fight
The Head of Civil Society and Political Organisations at Rwanda Governance Board (RGB), Judith Kazaire pointed out some challenges within Civil Society Organisations that need tweaking.
Civil society reflects on role in policy advocacy
Legislators from the East African Legislative Assembly held a meeting with stakeholders on sexual reproductive health in Kigali on Monday, November 15. / Photo: Courtesy.
Why the EAC Sexual Health Bill has delayed by five years
Sexual and reproductive health services (SRHS) ought to provide health information, education and counselling, and a range of safe and affordable contraceptive methods. Photo/Net
What adolescents want addressed about access to sexual reproductive services
The Supreme Court heard the case in Kigali on October 18. The verdict in the case will be delivered on November 19. / Photo: Sam Ngendahimana.
Supreme Court hears case on safe abortion
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6 challenges hampering family planning uptake
Elianna Nyirayumve, whose husband was killed by  FLN militia in Nyungwe, delivers testimony on June16, 2021.
FLN case: My little girl will never know her father, no monetary value can be attached to that
Dr Jean-Damascu00e8ne Iyamuremye, the Director of the Psychiatric Care Unit at Rwanda Biomedical Centre. / Photo: File.
New suicide prevention helpline: how it works
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Bayisenge calls for multi-sectoral approach in GBV fight
A mother holds her baby after giving birth in Kigali. The civil society has suggested that new fathers be granted paternity leave days equivalent to half of the new mothersu2019. / Photo: Courtesy.
Civil society pushes for more paternity leave days
MP Valens Muhakwa. / Photo: File.
PAC hearings resume Wednesday
President Paul Kagame, flanked by Donatille Mukabalisa, the Speaker of the Chamber of Deputies (right) and Chief Justice Faustin Ntezilyayo, pose with some members of the legal fraternity at the Parliamentary Buildings in Kimihurura on Monday, September 6, shortly after the ceremony to launch the 2021/22 Judicial Year. / Photo: Village Urugwiro.
We must be tougher on gender based crime, Kagame tells judiciary
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Teamwork will get us far and faster—Kagame
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Judicial Year to be launched Monday
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Report: 44% Genocide survivors in Bugesera suffer from depression
A screen grab of an incident where a woman interrupted a church wedding ceremony to tearfully demand that the groom be compelled to pay child support. / Photo: Courtesy.
What rights do children born out of wedlock have?
The new buildings will provide safer homes for people who live along the drainage system.
Mpazi high-risk residents to move into upgraded homes
Journalists during the coverage a story at Rwanda Investigation Bureau in 2019 . / File
Journalists urged not to abuse freedoms

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