Marie-Anne Dushimimana
Marie-Anne Dushimimana
Ntigurirwa during the interview. Sam Ngendahimana.
Genocide survivor set to walk around Rwanda for 100 days in honour of victims
Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel said that before the end of this month, their parliament will vote to criminalise the denial of the Genocide against the Tutsi. / Sam Ngendahimana
Government welcomes move by Belgium to punish genocide denial
Officials observe a moment of silence during a commemoration event in honour of ten Belgian peacekeepers killed on April 7, 1994 at former Camp Kigali yesterday. Sam Ngendahimana.
Kwibuka25: Belgian peacekeepers honoured
Aimu00e9 Irimaso walking on a pathway reserved for children with disabilities at G.S Bumbogo.  Marie Anne Dushimimana.
How schools can apply inclusive education
Dr. Jeannine Condo, Director General of Rwanda Biomedical Centre. File.
Survey: 20% of Tuberculosis patients don’t go to hospital
Adelaide Muhiganwa, the Representative of Dental surgeons association campaigning for dental diseases prevention. Marie Anne Dushimimana.
World Oral Health Day: Call to prevent dental diseases
The horizontal red line before the letter C means that the result is negative.
HIV self-testing kit increasing screening, fighting stigma
Sylvestre Rwasa (Left) sitting together with Jean Nepomscene Kayibanda. Marie Anne Dushimimana
Kwibuka25: How reconciliation groups have fostered cohesion among Huye residents
Some of the youth delegates drawn from 21 countries, with their respective countriesu2019 flags, at Kigali Convention Centre for a pre-conference youth event ahead of the Africa Health International Conference, yesterday. The conference proper is slated to open tomorrow in Kigali. Officials said there are plans to scale up the number of youth centres (multipurpose facilities) nationwide, up from 28 currently. / Courtesy.
Govt seeks partnerships to roll out more youth centres
Students during national examinations. Net photo.
Education ministry to start issuing standardised end of year exams
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Traditional medicines to be regulated under new foods and drugs authority
Pierre Byumvuhore, from EAV Kabutare receives a laptop as a reward for his performance from State Minister Isaac Munyakazi (Primary and Secondary Education) as his father looks on at the Ministry of Education headquarters in Kigali yesterday.  Photos by Sam Ngendahimana.
TVET best performers share their ambitions
Alain Pierre Izere from Nyanza TVET School, who studied mechanical engineering emerged as the second best candidate in TVET (Sam Ngendahimana)
TVET schools record improved performance in national exams
Maranyundo Girlsu2019 School. Net photos.
Sex education: calls to roll out more ‘girl rooms’ gather pace
Physical trauma is a serious injury to the body. Net photo.
Government moves to contain rising cases of physical trauma
Uwamahoro holds her baby at Kabgayi District Hospital. Marie Anne Dushimimana.
Postpartum psychosis: The case of a mother who dumped her baby in a toilet
Officials tour Gikomero model village that houses some people in the first and second Ubudehe categories. Sam Ngendahimana.
Ubudehe categories to be reviewed
Hundreds of residents of Kigali City turned up for the bimonthly Car-Free Day where they were tested not only for different cancers but also other Non-Communicable Diseases. The Ministry of Health has urged women aged 30 years and above to have regular screenings for cervical and breast cancer. Government has recently included such checkups on the package received by Rwandans under Mutuelle de Santu00e9 insurance. Emmanuel Kwizera.
Cancer Day: Call for regular cancer screening for women

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