Michel Nkurunziza
Michel Nkurunziza
Rwanda Veterinary Council has pledged to tighten the inspection so as to weed out those who masquerade as veterinary doctors./ File
Veterinary Council moves to weed out quack veterinarians
Children from vulnerable families gained access to inclusive education in Ntarama sector. Photos by  Michel Nkurunziza.
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How vulnerable children benefit from inclusive education
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How TVET skills are enabling young people create jobs
The average production of sweet potato in Rwanda was 1.186 million tonnes in 2018, according to figures from the Agriculture Ministry. File.
Researchers seek to stimulate farmers’ demand for disease and pest resistant sweet potatoes seeds
Uwihanganye at her shop.
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A veterinary doctor inseminates a cow at Mulindi Agri-show grounds in 2016. Unprofessional Veterinary doctors will face punitive action from the National Veterinary Council. / File
Veterinary Council vows to track down on unprofessional doctors
Members of the parliament during a past session. Photo: Sam Ngendahimana.
Lawmakers tackle hot issue regarding lost marriage records
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150 girls concluded a six-month teaching assistant programme in different schools. Courtesy photos.
Children & Education
How ‘Teaching Assistantship Project’ is inspiring girls to become educationists
A chinese company showcases its produtcs at the China brand show at Kigali Convention Centre. Courtesy.
Rwanda eyes $100 million in private investments from China
The farmers harvest between one and two tonnes of strawberry per week  as they harvest twice a week. Photos by Michel Nkurunziza.
Farmers make fortune from strawberry farming
The savings will help them to increase the number of pigs and afford the feeds. Michel Nkurunziza.
Rural households form savings groups to maximise on pig farming
Tourists enjoy a walk on the canopy in Nyungwe National Park in Rusizi District. According to the Ministry of Environment, Rwanda has reached 30 per cent forest cover target. / Courtesy
Rwanda reaches 30% forest cover target
Gicumbi District residents carry tree seedlings during the launch of u2018Strengthening Climate Resilience of Rural Communities in Northern Rwandau2019 project in Gicumbi District last weekend. Transparency International Rwanda yesterday launched a Rwf113.5 million project to strengthen accountability and transparency in the implementation of climate change projects in the country. Photo: Courtesy.
New project to track corruption trends in climate change initiatives
Simugomwa has increased employees from two to ten.
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Some fruits and vegetables. NIRDA seeks to support firms to acquire upgraded materials to boost competitiveness as well as productivity for local and international market.
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IPRC students train in mechanised farming practices.  Emmanuel Ntirenganya.
Agric mechanisation centre of excellence in the offing

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