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NCBA's mothers room. Courtesy photo
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Some of DR Congo citizens who are Kinyarwanda Speakers, being tortured in Eastern DR Congo. Photo: Courtesy.
Nearly three decades later, Congolese Tutsi appeal for persecution to end
Members of the Congolese Tutsi community being tortured in eastern DR Congo. Courtesy
No peace for Congolese Tutsi whose persecution continues
Nadine Umutoni Gatsinzi, Rwanda’s new Chief Gender Monitor. File
Nadine Umutoni Gatsinzi; academic turned politician to swear in as new Chief Gender Monitor
Thousands of Catholic Church believers during a mass to celebrate Assumption Day, also known as the Feast of the Assumption at Kibeho. Photo by Sam Ngendahimana
Does it always rain on Assumption Day?
Margaret Jjuuko, a seasoned professor at the University of Rwanda. All photos: Courtesy.
Seasoned scholar Jjuuko on achievements, gender parity in media and bringing more women on board
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Why do we hate, shame women’s breasts?
Urugo Women's Opportunity Center team and visitors pose for a picture. All pictures by Christianne Murengerantwari
Having a feminist president for women in Kayonza
Fabien Mberabagabo, the Legal and Regulatory Framework Development Analyst at the Ministry of Public Service and Labour. Photo: Courtesy.
Sexual harassment: How will labour ministry fight the vice in the workplace?
The Women Deliver 2023 Conference (WD2023) in Kigali, Rwanda, has attracted over 6,000 delegates attending in person and 200,000 participating online, the conference was the largest meeting on gender equality in recent records. Courtesy
PHOTOS: Women Deliver Conference ends with lasting impact
Minister of Education, Valentine Uwamariya with other delegates pose for a group photo at the event
African Girls Can Code Initiative launched in Rwanda
Credit: Government Communications
UN Women boss commends Rwanda over Isange One-Stop Centre
UN Women Executive Director Sima Bahous at the launch of the report, Norrsken, Kigali. Photo credit: UN Women/Emmanuel Rurangwa
Women achieve only 60% of their full potential- report
Rwanda Chief Gender Monitor Rose Rwabuhihi speaks at the Ministerial Forum which was hosted by the Government of Rwanda on the sidelines of the Women Deliver 2023 Conference on July 17. Olivier Mugwiza
Women Deliver: Rwanda’s Isange One Stop Centre model takes centre stage at ministerial forum
Delegates pose for a group photo at Women Deliver Conference in 2019. The 2023 edition will start on Monday, July 17 in Kigali. Internet
Six key things to know about Women Deliver Conference
President Paul Kagame  poses for a photo with some delegates during the launch of Agaciro Development Fund in Kigali, on August  23, 2012. File
Agaciro: A centuries-old Rwandan cultural norm that gives hope for self-reliance
Diana Mbabazi, former Rwanda Patriotic Army (RPA) soldier (R) with other RPA women fighters  during 1990s. All photos: Courtesy.
A veteran of two liberation wars, Diana Mbabazi reflects on role of women-led Yankee battalion
Claudine Mukarusine during the interview. Photos by Christiane Murengerantwari
People with albinism need inclusiveness, not pity

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