Emmanuel Nkangura
Emmanuel Nkangura
Tailors pictured at a tailoring facility built from revenue sharing in Kabare, Kayonza. Courtesy
Revenue-sharing scheme inspires communities to protect Akagera National Park
 During a week-long campaign aimed at sensitizing dairy farmers to increase milk production dairy farmers have been urged to shift from traditional farming to business oriented farming in Eastern Province. Courtesy
Farmers urged to exploit milk market in Eastern Province
Land owners in Rwamagana industrial park have been urged to construct them or risk repossesion
Rwf32b earmarked for Rwamagana industrial park
More than 150 girls from Murambi, Kiziguro, and Rwimbogo sectors attended the  holiday camp held in Gatsibo.
Gatsibo adolescent girls tipped on reproductive health
The revamped ferry transporting a vehicle in Lake Mugesera.  Residents of Mugesera and Zaza are optimistic of future markets as stranded ferry resumes operations along Mugesera Lake. Photo by Emmanuel Nkangura
Ngoma: Revamped ferry improves transport across Lake Mugesera, cuts pineapple post harvest losses
 Some sanitary products that were given to people with disabilities in Kayonza District. Photo by Emmanuel Nkangura
Kayonza community urged to support people with disabilities
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Kayonza: Why over 55,000 litres of milk not recorded daily
A Digital tool established at the Eastern Province data center will help in evidence based planning of the Province.
Eastern Province embraces technology to foster evidence based planning
Minister of Infrastructure Ernest Nsabimana, (C) Rwanda Energy Group CEO Ron Weiss visit  at a solar plant in Kabarore sector, Gatsibo District. Photo by Emmanuel Nkangura
Gatsibo: Govt reveals plan to increase access to electricity
Community health workers after receiving smart phones that will facilitate them to better monitor households in the villages in Kayonza District. Courtesy
How smartphones are boosting healthcare in Kayonza
Ngoma referral hospital is not easily accessible to some residents who live far away. Photo by Emmanuel Nkuranga
Ngoma: Residents want hospital to ease long distances
A view of Mahama Refugee Camp in Kirehe District where the launch of a Renewable Energy for Refugees (RE4R II) project , took place on Thursday, November 24. The 4-year project worth Rwf6.4billion is expected to benefit over 114,000 refugees and neighboring communities. Photo by Sam Ngendahimana
Rwf6bn renewable energy project to benefit refugee camps
Governor of Eastern Province Emmanuel Gasana addresses residents during the meeting. Gasana said, every district has deployed a special team of 4 individuals, dubbed as the district service delivery team. File
Eastern Province: Task force team deployed to solve land wrangles
An artist’s impression of the proposed multi-purpose state-of-the-art RPF-Inkotanyi building that is under construction in Rwamagana District. So far, Rwf300 million have been raised as part of the first phase of the complex. Photos: Courtesy.
Eastern Province: RPF members to build Rwf2bn regional party office
Over 5,000 students from six colleges of University of Rwanda were handed their degree certificates and transcripts immediately after graduating.Courtesy
UR ends delay in issuing degree certificates
By turning farm waste into clean cooking gas and organic fertiliser, the HomeBiogas system vows to advance people’s lives. Photo: Supplied/Ventureburn
UN contracts Israeli firm to boost Rwanda’s biogas

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