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 Emmanuel Ntirenganya
Emmanuel Ntirenganya
Fish farmers in a fish pond at Mulindi. / File
PHOTOS & VIDEO: New fish-feeds factory boosts production, lowers imports
Tomatoes  in Jean-Claude Ruzibiza's computerised greenhouse farm in Rulindo District. / Courtesy
Government to scale up use of greenhouses for high value crops
Some participants in an indigenous knowledge system and public healthcare symposium looking at medicinal herbs and bottled traditional medicine at University of Rwanda in Kigali. / Courtesy
Traditional healers need Rwf400m to save endangered medicinal plants
Coloured bell pepper being grown in a green house in Rulindo District, Northern Province. Research and technologies are key to agriculture transformation, according to agric expert....
Experts want research and technology to drive up agriculture transformation
A student makes a logo during a practical lesson at IPRC-Kigali last year. File.
Industry: TVET sector reforms will boost skills
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We voted for steadfast devt - Karongi citizens
University of Rwanda is one of the institutions being considered. / File
Government to relocate parastatal headquarters to secondary cities
Dr Jean-Damascene Bizimana, executive secretary of CNLG, speaks during the commemoration event at the ministry of local government. / Nadege Imbabazi
CNLG, Ibuka urge UK judiciary to respect Rwanda’s judicial system
Ten eastern black rhinoceros from South Africa were reintroduced in May, something that sealed Akagera National Park's 'big five' status. / Courtesy
A story of extinction and return of lions, rhinos in Akagera Park
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2017 Elections: What agriculture policies do the candidates offer?
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Data gaps could affect measurement of SDGs implementation – report
Dr Gasingirwa speaks during the conference in Kigali yesterday.(Nadege Imbabazi)
Efficient land use vital for sustainable devt – scholars
Chicken feed during the 12th National Agriculture show at Mulindi exhibition ground, in Gasabo District, Kigali. Courtesy.
Farmers want govt to subsidise animal feeds
Some of the products made by the Kayonza women on display in a sales counter at Women's Opportunity Centre. / Emmanuel Ntirenganya
Handcrafts have become ‘bread and butter’ for Kayonza’s needy women
Dr Mukeshimana speaks during the 40th Session of FOA Conference in  Rome. / Courtesy
Kigali to host key meet on sustainable agriculture
NAEB workers showcase a sample of silk yarn during an expo. Top right is a Rwandan flag design made from silk cocoons. (Photo/Emanuel Ntirenganya)
Korean firm HEworks Ltd to revitalise Rwanda silk exports
Rwandans and wellwishers during the Liberation Day celebrations in India. (Courtesy)
Rwandans in India, Netherlands mark Liberation Day
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UR student nominated for prestigious young women fellowship programme

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