Emmanuel Nkangura
Emmanuel Nkangura
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
A drone site in Kayonza district that will pilot insulin deliveries to patients' doorsteps
Rwanda deploys drones to deliver diabetes meds at patients’ doorsteps
PM Ngirente concluded his three-day visit in the Eastern Province at IPRC Ngoma.
PM urges Education Ministry to speed up process for TVETs to issue degrees
Officials inaugurate the water distribution project that will supply water through a 22km water pipeline. Courtesy
Kirehe: Over 16,000 residents connected to piped water 
Chilli farmers dry their produce at a collection centre in Gatsibo District. Photo by Emmanuel Nkangura
Plight of Gatsibo chili farmers: Is there light at end of the tunnel?
A view of the ongoing construction activities of the regional Rusumo falls hydroelectric power plant in Kirehe District. Photo: Dan Nsengiyumva.
Regional Rusumo Hydro power plant completion set for June
Members of KAIGA 8 cooperative in Gatsibo District are counting losses after failing to get buyers for their produce.
Gatsibo chili farmers counting losses due to lack of market
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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