Nasra Bishumba
Nasra Bishumba
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Rwandans seek more gov’t support in healing process
A Genocide survivor (left) hugs a reformed perpetrator in a gesture of reconciliation during a mass led by the late Father Ubald Rugirangoga at Nyamata Catholic Church in 2017. / Photo: Sam Ngendahimana.
New report highlights progress in reconciliation
Juvenile inmates who sat P6 National Examination in Nyagatare District in 2017. / Photo: File.
Over 900 cases involving minors head to court
Rwanda to continue using coartem to treat malaria.
Rwanda to continue using coartem to treat malaria — RBC
DCGu00a0Juvenal Marizamunda (L) and Fred Mufulukye.
Correctional, rehabilitation bodies get new leaders
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Ramadan begins on April 13 as Mufti sounds Covid-19 warning
Elderly genocide survivors during a yoga session at Aheza Healing Centre in Bugesera District on April 1. Yoga is proving to an effective therapy for depression and post-traumatic stress disorder among these elderly people.
VIDEO: How the elderly in Bugesera use yoga to tackle mental health
Jean Damasceu0300ne Bizimana,the Executive Secretary of the National Commission for the Fight against Genocide (CNLG) delivers remarks during the event on April 7 . / Courtesy
Truth about the Genocide will always prevail, Bizimana says
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Rwandans commemorate Genocide amid Covid-19 restrictions
Julienne Uwacu, the Director General of the Genocide Survivors Assistance Fund. / Photo: File.
FARG has spent Rwf333 billion so far, has it lived up to expectations?
Grace Umutoni with one of her relatives. She finally received the good news that she has been waiting for since she was two years old. / Photo: Courtesy.
Genocide survivors continue search for their families 27 years later
CNLG Executive Secretary Jean Damascene Bizimana speaks during a past news conference in Kigali. / Photo: File.
Why listing Genocide memorials under UNESCO heritage sites has delayed
Red Cross volunteers help a trauma victim at Kicukiro Nyanza Genocide Memorial May 4, 2019 . / Sam Ngendahimana
National mental health campaign to be rolled out
Mourners listen to a genocide survivor giving testimony during a commemoration event at Murambi Genocide Memorial in 2017. The uncertainty surrounding the Covid-19 outbreak has heightened mental health problems among the survivor community.
Kwibuka27: Call for help to survivors as country gears up for commemoration amidst Covid
Prime Ministeru00a0u00c9douardu00a0Ngirente.
Government to inject another Rwf150 billion in manufacturing
A female customer withdraws money at SACCO Kacyiru in Kigali in 2019. / Photo: Sam Ngendahimana.
Rwanda bridges gender gap in financial inclusion by 10%
A liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) shop in Remera, Kigali. Due to the increase in gas prices, some people are considering going back to using charcoal as a source of cooking energy.
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What is behind the recent spike in cooking gas prices?
Workers at New Kigali Designers and Outfitters. Due to Covid-19, thereu2019s a skills gap and itu2019s a huge challenge to any manufacturing subsector.
PM to brief parliament on economic recovery

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