Emmanuel Ntirenganya
Emmanuel Ntirenganya
Members of Political Parties Forum during a consultative meeting on the role of political organisations in promoting Rwandans’ unity and resilience  on Friday, March 24. Photo by Olivier Mugwiza
Political parties urged to act against genocide ideology
The President of Rwanda Association of Midwives, Josephine Murekezi, and UNFPA country representative, Kwabena Asante-Ntiamoah, during the signing ceremony in Kigali on March 23. Photos by Craish Bahizi
FEATURED: UNFPA, midwives’ union partner to curb maternal deaths
Adeline Umukunzi shows mushrooms from one of the shelters in which she grows the crop, on her farm located in Muko Sector, Musanze District, on Saturday, March 18, 2023. Emmanuel Ntirenganya
How women are championing nutrition through Agribusiness
The Minister of Agriculture and Animal Resources, Ildephonse Musafiri delivers remarks during the launch of Kwihaza Project in Kigali on March 22.This 4-year programme (2023-2026) seeks to support the transformation towards sustainable food systems, through developing the value chains in the aquaculture, fishery and horticulture sectors. Photo: Courtesy
Over Rwf18bn earmarked for fish, horticulture production
A woman with her newborn at Kacyiru Hospital on January 1. MPs have proposed that paternity leave be increased from the current four days to 30 days. Craish Bahizi
Rwandan MPs propose one-month paternity leave
A public transport vessel on shores of Kivu lake that facilitates Nkombo residents in Kamembe Sector in Rusizi District. Sam Ngandahimana
MPs seek tougher penalties for violation of maritime transport law
Officials of Rwanda Nguriza Nshore with Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Trade and Industry, Richard Niwenshuti pose for a photo during the event in Kigali on 17 March 2023.  All photos by Craish Bahizi
FEATURED: How “Nguriza Nshore” enabled agri-SMEs growth
A 'toast of love' for these old spouses, who are among the 390 couples legally married on March 8, 2023 in Gakenke District, under the auspices of World Vision Rwanda (Emmanuel Ntirenganya)
FEATURED: World Vision building stronger families: Investing in the well-being of children
Farmers work in their tomato plantation in Musanze. File
$30m project seeks to secure markets for smallholder farmers
A tomato farmer packaging his production for the market. File
Agricultural economist on ‘best’ farming model for Rwanda
Members of Parliament during a plenary session in 2022. In Rwanda, the fact that the legislation gave equal land rights to women and men, the parliament voted many laws in line with the protection of women’s rights after the Genocide against the Tutsi. Photo by Craish Bahizi.
10 landmark laws enabling women’s rights protection
During the colorful event, I&M Bank staff cut a cake to celebrate the 2023 Women’s Day, an event held in Kigali, on Saturday, March 11. Dan Gatsinzi
FEATURED: At I&M Bank, women lead operations, tech units
A farmer picks bean leaves in her plantation in Muko Sector in Musanze District. The number of Rwandans with occupations in agriculture dropped by 5 per cent over the last 10 years, from 72.7 per cent in 2012 to 67. Photo: Sam Ngendahimana.
What declining number of Rwandans in agriculture means
UN Women Country Representative in Rwanda, Jennet Kem, during the interview  ahead of International Women’s Day celebrations, Monday, March 6, 2023. Photo by Emmanuel Ntirenganya)
Coding for girls will bridge gender digital divide - UN Women rep
Workers sort fresh chilli for export in Gakenke District. Some Chilli farmers  quit the farming, despite the income potential of the crop when it has buyers. File
How Rwf70bn project will boost smallholder farmer's agri-exports
Coffee farmers harvest fresh coffee in Ruli sector Gakenke District. Sam Ngendahimana
Why govt set a fixed coffee farm gate price
Some of horticulture products that are exported through the Horticulture Export Development project.
FEATURED: Horti-Export Phase 2 to further Rwanda’s horticulture exports
Workers sort fresh green beans for export at the  Rwanda’s first privately owned packhouse located in the Prime Economic Zone in Masoro on September 8.  Craish Bahizi
Six key priorities the Ministry of Agriculture eyes to boost productivity

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