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 Glory Iribagiza
Glory Iribagiza
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Politics
PHOTOS: RPF international conference discusses Africa's liberation journey
A page in the new Comprehensive Sexuality Education launched on March 31, that educates about gender identity and sexual orientation.
Rwanda recognises queer community in new sex education book
Coumba Sow, FAO Representative in Rwanda during the interview. Photo: Olivier Mugwiza.
Agriculture
FAO boss on Rwanda’s journey to achieving food security
One of Eugenie Kanzayire's products, 'Nyiraburyohe', that her clients use to elongate their labia minora
People
Labia elongation: To pull or not to pull?
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Rwanda
The New Times launches gender equality newsletter
 Lina Higiro, CEO at NCBA. Courtesy
Featured
FEATURED: How NCBA is championing mothers' room, diversity and inclusion policies
WIFR Team
Women
NCBA’s Lina Higiro on new women foundation to push for parity in finance sector
Cover photo of ‘Bazigaga’, a short film that tells the story of Rwandan women who saved lives during the 1994 Genocide against Tutsi. Courtesy photos
Cinema
Film on women’s heroism during Genocide nominated for UK award
The mentorship programme seeks to accelerate the reduction of preventable maternal and neonatal morbidity and mortality, the reduction of unmet needs for family planning.
Health
FEATURED: Reducing maternal deaths through mobile mentorship
Dancilla Nyirakigwene, the Lord of Nduga at the reign of Yuhi V Musinga
Women
Women who defined Rwanda’s heroism culture
Rob Kucera, District Director East Africa, Complex General Manager – Radisson Blu Hotel & Convention Centre during an interview. Photos by Craish Bahizi
Featured
FEATURED: Radisson Blu’s post Covid recovery, plans for 2023
Rwanda is celebrated for being the only low income country to have achieved fast progress towards its nationally set target on upper secondary completion for 2030. Dan Kwizera
Education
Rwanda’s fast education progress celebrated in UNESCO report
Particiapants pose for a group photo during the workshop in Kigali.
Environment
Climate change could widen gender gaps - report
BRALIRWA's bus that was attacked by  ‘Abacengezi’ . The genocidal group killed over 25 of the 74 employees onboard. File
Rwanda
Victims of ‘Abacengezi’ BRALIRWA bus attack remembered 25 years on
The High Court in Nyarugenge on Wednesday, January 18  adjourned the appeal hearing of Wang Yang Jian to March 15,2023. File
Crime
Court adjourns rape appeal case of Chinese national to March
Wang Yang Jian, a Chinese national who allegedly raped an employee at restaurant in Kigali  2018. The High Court in Nyarugenge will start hearing his appeal on Wednesday, January 18.
Chinese man acquitted of rape back in court on appeal
Students during the electrical installation exercise at IPRC Kigali. Sam Ngendahimana
Technology
Commission on the Status of Women to prioritise innovation, technological change
Nzitabakuze washes dishes so as to alleviate his spouse from domestic chores. In most societies, cooking, cleaning, fetching water, and collection of firewood are still considered as women’s work. / Courtesy
Rwanda
Unpaid care work to be valued in divorce settlement cases

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