Glory Iribagiza
Glory Iribagiza
Women members of parliament during a session on July 28.The Global Gender Gap Index ranks Rwanda the second most gender equal country in Africa and seventh in the world, with a score of 80.5 percent. Photo by Craish Bahizi
Why legitimacy can only be measured from a citizen perspective
Some of the soldiers during a seminar in Rushaki during the Liberation War. Located in the current Gicumbi District, Rushaki was one of the prominent bases of the liberation struggle.
Why Rwanda wasn’t paradise but a ‘dream home’ for those in and out of the country
A woman sleeping under a mosquito net in Bugesera District. In 2020, an estimated 241 million people had malaria, and 627,000 of them died, an increase of 69,000 deaths over the previous year. Photo: File.
Can Commonwealth countries eradicate malaria by 2030?
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IN PICTURES: How CHOGM 2022 went down
Health workers conduct a cervical cancer vaccination exercise in Nyanza. WHO member states endorsed the global strategy towards the elimination of Cervical Cancer by 2030.
Increase investment in national cervical cancer control -- CHOGM delegates
Maliha Khan, Women Deliveru2019s President and CEO (L) and Kathleen Sherwin, Women Deliveru2019s outgoing CEO and incoming board member during the interview at Kigali Serena Hotel. / Photo by Dan Nsengiyumva
Women Deliver 2023 Conference: Why Rwanda?
Minister of Health Dr Daniel Ngamije addresses  a dinner held under the theme u201cRethinking mental health A Commonwealth call to support, care and transform,u201d in Kigali on Wednesday, June 22. Courtesy
Rwanda, Bangladesh to champion promotion of mental health
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Sport challenges inequalities, brings people together – Sports Minister
First Lady Jeannette Kagame delivers remarks at a dinner held under the theme u201cRethinking mental health: A Commonwealth call to support, care and transform,u201d in Kigali on Wednesday, June 22. Courtesy
No Commonwealth without mental health - First Lady
Clementine Mukankwiro, a 47-year-old widow who is the sole breadwinner for her family of four children , is a beneficiary of the progamme.  Photo: Olivier Mugwiza.
FEATURED: How EAX is creating prosperity for farmers by connecting them to markets
Diane Karusisi, the CEO of BK Group speaks at  the Commonwealth Womenu2019s Forum on Tuesday, June 21.
Leadership is key to women capital devt, says Bank of Kigali boss
A delegate raises her comment on the theme dubbed 'Gender and climate change Interactions and opportunity for progress' during the Commonwealth Women Forum on June 21. / Craish Bahizi
Hold climate destroyers to account – activists
Gisimenti car free zone was full to the brim as revelers came to enjoy beer, good food and music till late. Photos by Willy Mucyo
With tea and beer, there is no time to sleep during CHOGM
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Corporations responsible for green house emissions should be held accountable -- activists
Patricia Scotland QC, Secretary General of the Commonwealth delivers remarks during the opening of the Commonwealth Women Forum in Kigali on June 20,2022. Photo by Olivier Mugwiza
‘No disgrace in failure’: Key life lessons from powerful women
First Lady Jeannette Kagame and Baroness Patricia Scotland, the Commonwealth Secretary-General, at the opening of the Commonwealth Womenu2019s Forum in Kigali on Monday, June 20. The First Lady urged women and girls to assume a new responsibility as frontline defenders of lasting peace.
First Lady wants women to assume role of defenders of peace
Delegates follow a panel discussions during the Commonwealth Women Forum in Kigali on June 20. Photo: Craish Bahizi.
Activists call for efforts beyond policies, quotas for gender equality to be achieved

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