Emmanuel Nkangura
Emmanuel Nkangura
The youth were urged to get tested regularly, practice safe sex, and stay informed  in order to achieve Rwanda's goal of an AIDS-free generation.
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Eastern Province: RPF members pledge high turn up in July polls
Some of the 45 Merinos ewes and 5 rams that were imported from Kenya to improve the genetic quality of the local sheep population. They are bred in Gishwati.
Nyabihu's sheep market sees high demand from Congolese buyers
Over Rwf 500m has been invested in constructing and equipping the 15 veterinary clinics across various districts.
Musanze: Livestock health services improved with new veterinary clinic
A view of a $4 million factory capable of producing 40 tons of feed for chickens, cows, pigs, and 4 tons of extruded fish daily. Photos by Emmauel Nkangura
Huye farmers struggle with high cost of feed for pigs and poultry
The government aims to increase meat consumption from small livestock farming to 80%, with cows accounting for 20%. Photo: Courtesy.
How small livestock farming is enhancing lives in Ruhango District
Two of the children went missing en route back home from school; they attended a nearby ECD, while another one was last seen playing in the yard before their disappearance.
Gatsibo: Search on for missing 3-year-old girls
Some 21 cows and 50 goats were seized by authorities in Bugesera due to grazing illegally on private land that belongs to the Rwanda Institute for Conservation Agriculture and auctioned on April 25.
Bugesera: Over 70 animals auctioned for trespassing on private land
HVP Gatagara in Rwamagana accommodates 150 students in both primary and secondary education
Visually impaired students advocate for more access to educational resources
Officials, security organs, PSF members and residents in Nyagatare joined survivors and families of victims of the 1994 genocide against Tutsi to comemorate and honour their memory.
Nyagatare: Private sector commemorates Genocide, donates 100 cows to survivors
Genocide survivors in Kayonza district have appealed for support to visit to a Genocide memorial site located in the Ngara District, Tanzania.
Kayonza: Genocide survivors seek support to visit Tanzania-based memorial site
Residents and officials commemorate the 1994 Tutsi Genocide against the Tutsi in Kayonza, where 3,000 victims were murdered by Interahamwe.
PHOTOS: Kwibuka in Eastern Province
About 200 TVET graduates in Nyamagabe during a careeer orientation programme with employers
From camps to career success: How TVET is empowering Nyamagabe refugees
Nyagatare District officials during a press conference. A substation under construction in Karangazi is expected to efficiently increase power supply in the district and mitigate power shortage issues. Photo: Courtesy.
Nyagatare: Residents appeal for solution to ongoing power cuts
Dr Phoebe Mwiseneza, Rwinkwavu Hospital Director General, said there is need for awareness kidney disease campaigns because the cost of treatment is high. Photos by Emmanuel Nkangura
Kayonza survey: 10% of patients with NCDs unknowingly have chronic kidney disease
Officials say working together with stakeholders will foster sociol cohesion and physical inclusivness.
Eastern Province: Persons with disabilities call for inclusiveness
Inmates during salon, haircutting training. All photos by Emmanuel Nkangura
Women in prison: A look at therapy process, purpose
Upgrading healthcare facilities has expanded health care services for residents near borders contributing to the country's goal  to ensure that by 2024, people need to walk less than 24 minutes to visit a heal
Nyagatare: Upgraded Ndego health post reduces cross border medical trips

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