Edwin Ashimwe
Edwin Ashimwe
Neysa Sanghavi poses for a photo after her visit at The New Times offices. / Edwin Ashimwe
Indian girl on a mission to change narrative on Rwanda
Passengers board a RwandAir aircraft. / Courtesy
Businesses warm up to RwandAir’s Tel Aviv route
Keeping notes to be revised is encouraged for better performance. File.
Children & Education
Why should students keep and use their notes?
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Young Grace’s music career not deterred by pregnancy
Leapr Labs conducts fellowship programmes where candidates go through the practical experience of building flying robots. Courtesy.
Rwandan tech-innovators set for space and telecoms fellowship
Franu00e7ois Nsengiyumva speaks to a journalist in a past interview. / Courtesy
Meet François Nsengiyumva of “Mariya Jeanne” fame
University of Rwanda graduation ceremony in Huye. The Ministry of Local Government  is considering the removing Ubudehe as criteria to offer education loans for students in higher learning institutions. Sam Ngendahimana.
Govt mulls removing Ubudehe from varsity student scholarship criteria
A pharmacist at Unique Pharmacy drugstore in Kigali. Bahizi Craish.
New law to reduce cost of medicine – Health ministry
Students themselves should create a friendly environment for their fellows. File.
Children & Education
How best can schools create a friendly environment for students?
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How can post-Genocide generation contribute to reconciliation and unity in Rwanda?
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Commemoration: Restoring hope through poetry
Post Genocide youth during their  visit at  Kigali Genocide  Memorial (Edwin Ashimwe)
Post-Genocide generation visit Kigali Memorial site
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Young innovators vow to disrupt horticulture sector with technology
 Byukusenge,  who lost her  sight at the age of five, believes that being disabled does not limit one to attain their goals in life. Courtesy photo.
Though visually impaired, Byukusenge will not give up on poetry dream
A Rwanda Standards Board worker examines the authenticity of condoms. Journalists have been called upon to raise public awareness about the HIV/Aids scourge. Emmanuel Kwizera.
Media challenged to raise awareness on HIV/Aids
Members of The Way of Hope
Aspiring Rwandan gospel choir keen on spreading “the three angels’ message” to the whole world.
Workers remove parts of a drone at Ziplineu2019s Kayonza distribution centre. The company operates drone facilities in Muhanga and Kayonza for urgent delivery of blood and medicines, especially in remote Rwanda. Sam Ngendahimana.
Inside Zipline’s new distribution centre
Fawe Girls students entertain Chinese First Lady Peng Liyuan and First Lady Jeannette Kagame during their visit to the school in July last year. Courtesy.
Chinese government donates ICT equipment to Fawe Girls

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