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 Michel Nkurunziza
Michel Nkurunziza
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Energy
Stalled construction of Muvumba dam to begin in 2023
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Rwanda makes case for ‘global fund' to help end plastic pollution
Some items of hazardous chemical waste at a collection centre. Rwanda is set to invest $6.8 million (Rwf7.2 billion) from 2022 to 2027 in managing hazardous chemical waste. Courtesy
Environment
Rwanda to invest Rwf7bn in managing ‘hazardous chemical waste’
Winners and officials pose for a group photo as NIRDA has incubated and awarded eight business projects of young innovators that are adding value to cow products and cow by-products. Photo by Craish BAHIZI
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NIRDA awards young innovators in cow value chain
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Health
Kagame rallies global community to mobilise $2.2bn to eradicate polio
Prof. Nshuti Manasseh, Minister of State in the Foreign Affairs Ministry speaks at at the 15th Edition of the World Policy Conference in Abu Dhabi, UAE on December 10, 2022.
Security
Minister Nshuti speaks out on insecurity in Sahel region
The newly restored Ibanda-Makera forest, a 169-hectare natural forest of varied natural trees  in a marshland connected to River Akagera. In 2021, over 900,000 hectares were being restored. Courtesy
Environment
Rwanda to double budget on biodiversity restoration
Minister for Environment Jeanne d'Arc-Mujawamariya during the launch of circular economy action plan. Courtesy
Environment
Rwanda unveils $221m plan for waste management, clean technologies
Delegates during a guided tour of exhibition at the tourism business conference and Rwanda tourism week exhibition. All photos by Craish Bahizi
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Why Africa Tourism Business Forum was timely
Workers sort different electronic items at the National E-waste and Recycling Facility in Bugesera District. Photos: Courtesy.
World Circular Economy Forum to spur transition to circular solutions in Africa
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Business
Rwanda to collect and recycle old mobile phones
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Business
Polish businesses pursue investments in Rwanda’s agriculture sector
Workers at Pink Mango, a Hong Kong-based textile manufacturer, at the Kigali Special Economic Zone. More than 254,000 youth in Rwanda are qualified for the Global Business Service and Business Process Outsourcing for hire. Photo: Craish Bahizi.
Business
Over 250,000 Rwandan youth suitable for Global Business Service hire – report
Community mediators locally referred to as 'Abunzi during a hearing seasion  in Kamonyi District. File
Women
GBV: Assessing victim-offender mediation
A worker on duty at a milk collection centre in Nyaruguru District. Rwanda will be producing 1,250,000 tonnes of milk every year by 2024 to satisfy market demand. Photo: File.
Economy
Rwanda seeks to increase milk production by 34% in one year
Delegates follow a presentation during a consultative meeting on Gender Based Violence in Kigali on December 2. Courtesy
Women
Activists raise alarm over increasing femicide cases
The New Times' senior reporter Emmanuel Ntirenganya speaks at the event after receiving the award. Ntirenganya was announced the best agricultural biotechnology reporter on the continent during an awards ceremony in Abuja, Nigeria on Friday, December 2. Courtesy
VIDEO: New Times’ journalist wins continental agric reporting award
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VANCOUVER PRINCIPLES: Rwanda sets precedence

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