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 Michel Nkurunziza
Michel Nkurunziza
Workers inspect panels at an 8.5 megawatt solar power plant in Rwamagana District. Courtesy.
Regional countries tipped on synergies to reduce energy cost
A view of a semi-flooded surgar cane plantation of Kabuye Sugar Works at the boundary of Nyarugenge and Kamonyi districts. File.
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Farmers call for agricultural insurance products as vulnerability to losses grow
Tomato farmers  weeding  their plantation in Musanze District. farmers want governments to allocate enough resources for disaster preparedness programs. Sam Ngendahimana.
EAC countries tipped on building farmers’ resilience to disasters
Rice farmers in Rubona in Southern Province harvest their produce. File.
Regional countries urged to increase agric funding to reduce food imports
Participants at the I&M Bank General Assembly in Kigali this week. / Michel Nkurunziza.
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I&M Bank’s 2017 pro fit grows by 12 per cent
Farmers engage in rice threshing in the Rubona Marshland in Rusatira Sector, Huye District. File.
Business
Activists point to decline of budget allocated to food security
Officials observe a moment of silence during the reburial of 950 victims of the Genocide against the Tutsi, on Sunday. Michel Nkurunziza.
Over 900 Genocide victims get decent burial in Ruhango District
SDGs center for Africa staff visit Ntarama  memorial site.courtesy
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Africa SDG Centre staff pay homage to Genocide victims
Gishoma peat power plant will resume operations next month. File.
Gishoma Peat plant to resume operations after Rwf160m loss
Uwineza with Ricinus seeds stored in her house.Michel Nkurunziza
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Meet Rubavu woman who produces lubricants from indigenous plant
Youth plant bananas in Nyagatare District. Michel Nkurunziza.
Business
How can agric be made attractive to the youth?
Kigeme refugee camp (pictured)consumes 10,092 cubic meters of fire wood. Sam Ngendahimana.
Rwf10 billion initiative to ease access to renewable energy in refugee camps
A facility that is part of Kigali Leather Factory located in Bugesera District. REMA says the plant must build a waste treatment system before it can be reopened. File.
Rwanda
Leather factory suspended for polluting Akagera River
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Rwanda, Rhineland Palatinate partner to protect biodiversity
Officials from Japan and NAEB pose for a photo after harvesting Gentian flowers in Nyacyonga wetland, which will soon be exported./Michel Nkurunziza
Business
Rwanda’s flower exports double as more investment comes in
 Civil Society Organisations say that the agriculture sector requires additional budget to help address critical challenges facing the sector. Nadege Imbabazi.
Business
Civil society platform speaks out on 2018/19 budget framework
Some of the locally made leather products. Nadege Imbabazi.
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Can the local leather industry become more profitable?
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Minister Kabarebe urges youth to jealously guard national gains

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