Emmanuel Nkangura
Emmanuel Nkangura
The Ministry of Health has inaugurated a second health centre in Mahama Refugee Camp. All photos: Courtesy.
Mahama refugee camp gets second health center worth Rwf350m
Nyirasafari used to rely on refugees aid until she started interacting with host communities. She now owns a small business. Courtesy photos
Nyabiheke: How economic inclusion of refugees has improved livelihoods, self-reliance
Participants during an event held as part of efforts against smuggling. All photos: Emmanuel Nkangura.
Nyagatare youth take the lead in combating smuggling
A view of the newly inaugurated Nyagatare Genocide memorial. The new memorial site, worth Rwf 1.1 billion, is  the resting place for 94 bodies of victims of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi relocated there from other memorial sites. Courtesy
PHOTOS: New Genocide memorial inaugurated in Nyagatare
Actors in the livestock business in Eastern Province believe that a standardized measurement scale would provide a more accurate and transparent way of determining the weight of the livestock, thus ensuring fair pricing. All photos: Courtesy.
Eastern Province: Rwf350m earmarked for weighing scales in livestock trade amid pricing complaints
Members of Abajeneza Cooperative in Kayonza are yet to receive a Rwf 3 million loan.
Eastern Province: How savings groups are leveraging women’s financial inclusion
Visitors from all corners come to visit these huge rocky stones that have good pictorial backgrounds, however residents want them exploited
Kirehe: Residents want unique stones exploited to benefit communities
Howard Buffet irrigation project in Nasho, photo Kirehe District
How technology has made Kirehe district food secure
Dairy farmers  have been urged to shift from conventional to contemporary dairy farming
Kayonza: Dairy Farmers vow to increase milk production
Sovu memorial site, is one of the 11 memorial sites in Rwamagana, containing 83,851 Tutsis laid to rest in them.
Rwamagana: Children killed in Genocide commemorated
Residents of Ndego sector want Kayonza district officials to come up with a plan of extending irrigation facilities near Lake Rwakibare to alleviate drought that has plagued the area for years. Emmanuel Nkuranga
Kayonza: Residents call for extension of irrigation facilities to mitigate drought
Some of chickens that were distributed to the beneficiaries.  Each beneficiary received 10 chickens, the breed is chosen and resistant to severe diseases that has proved increasing wealth for poor rural women. Photos by Emmanuel Nkangura
Rearing small livestock lifts over 1,000 Gicumbi residents from poverty
Children at Kigabiro Early Childhood Development Centre in Rwamagana District. Every parent pays Rwf2000 weekly to take care of the basic needs for children at the ECD. Photos: Courtesy.
How ECDs, mothers’ rooms are improving working conditions, children’s wellbeing
Some of the 157 members of Tuzamure Umusaruro wa Kawa cooperative drying coffee at the washing station drybedsin Rukara sector, Kayonza District. Photo by Emmanuel Nkangura
Kayonza: Coffee growing boosts financial freedom for women
One of women who use a technique of hand scraping and pulp out of vertical strips from the banana pseudo stem  to manufacture banana fiber products. Courtesy
Kayonza: Adding value to banana fibers elevates women from poverty
Some of thousands of women who turn up for the cerebration of the International Women's Day at Nyagatare Stadium on Wednesday, March 8. Photos by Coucou Zayadah.
Women’s Day: Parents urged to inspire girls in STEM
Mugirwanake,  the 52 years old lady who enrolled back to school. She is a S.3 student at GS MULINGA in Gatsibo district. Seen here with her classmates during a group work
At 52, former dropout is back in school, chasing her dream
Joseph Nsekanabo, a rice farmer in Cyimpima, said the innovative integrated rice and fish farming has helped farmers cut production expenses.
How integrated rice, fish farming helps farmers increase yields in Rwamagana

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