Michel Nkurunziza
Michel Nkurunziza
Residents work at a road maintenance project during VUP. The use of Ubudehe categories were scrapped due to inclusion and exclusion errors on selecting beneficiaries of social protection programmes. Courtesy
What next after govt scraps Ubudehe classification?
Rose Mukankomeje, the Director of Higher Education Council (2nd Left) speaks among panelists during the 1st International Conference on re-shaping education for Sustainable Development in Kigali on March 30. Courtesy
FEATURED: Experts make case for reshaping education to spur 4th industrial revolution
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City Hall to establish 80 hectares industrial zone in Kanyinya sector
Irembo specialist tries to explain how it works. Irembo prepares to introduce new services, both end-users and software product testing experts are calling for the platform to address technical glitches.
Lingering concerns as Irembo introduces new services
Ecobank Rwanda, on Saturday March 25, joined residents of Kanyinya sector, Nyarugenge district in a monthly Umuganda-Community which cleaned the road toward genocide monument at “ Mu Kana hill”. Courtesy
FEATURED: Ecobank Rwanda joins Nyarugenge residents in Umuganda-Community work
A view of a damaged potato plantation in Musanze District on March 22. Hailstorm struck four sectors of Musanze district on Wednesday evening, causing damage to crops and over 200 houses. Courtesy
PHOTOS: Hailstorm damages over 200 houses in Musanze
A flooded wetland where different crops were totally damaged at Masaka in Kicukiro in April 2022.
Weather agency warns of imminent river flooding as water levels rise
A view of a dried beans plantation in Eastern Province. According to RAB at least 78,000 hectares of bean crop farms across the country were affected by dry spells during agricultural season A.
Region to face dry spells despite floods in some countries
Residents wade through a flooded residential area in Mozambique last week. Internet
Over 3.5bn people vulnerable to climate hazards
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Over 100 disaster-related incidents recorded in 15 days
Delegates pose for a group photo during the launch of the fund on March 17. SME Fund and a Multi stakeholder platform will contribute to tackling the challenge. Courtesy
Rwanda launches SME fund to recover 40% of wasted food
Two people in Gakenke District were on March 15 struck by lightning and died instantly. Internet photo
Lightning kills two, injures 8 schoolchildren
Rwanda has banned the supply and sale of meat that is not chilled in cold-rooms for at least 24 hours. Craish Bahizi
Why Rwanda banned sale of unrefrigerated meat
One of the 256 houses that were destroyed by strong winds in Kirehe district. Strong wind speed ranging between 8 and 10 metres per second is expected in some parts of the country up to March 20. Courtesy
Weather agency predicts strong winds in the next five days
The Japanese Ambassador to Rwanda, Isao Fukushima, and the Mayor of Rwamagana District, Radjab Mbonyumuvunyi during the signing ceremony. Courtesy
Rwamagana secures grant from Japan to boost irrigation
A teacher helps people with disabilities who are  visually impaired students at Masaka in Kigali.. Craish Bahizi
Visually impaired people set to benefit from amended copyright law
The 18th National Dialogue Council - Umushyikirano presided over by President Paul Kagame on February 27 and 28, 2023 came up with 13 resolutions. Photo Olivier Mugwiza
Top Umushyikirano resolutions and why they matter
Participants pose for a group photo during the workshop.
FEATURED: UNFPA supports the use of data for maternal, and child health improvement

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