Michel Nkurunziza
Michel Nkurunziza
(Clockwise, top left): Jeanne d’Arc Mujawamariya, Teddy Mpinganzima Mugabo, Juliet Kabera, Coletha
Ruhamya, Aloysie Imanishimwe, Francine Munyaneza, Grace Ineza and Eliane Ubalijoro. All photos: Courtesy.
Rwandan women shaping country's green growth agenda
Some classrooms destroyed by winds in Rubavu District on January 4, 2022. The Rwanda Meteorology Agency has issued a warning of strong winds exceeding 10 meters per second in four districts surrounding Lake Kivu.
Weather agency warns of strong winds in four districts
Delegates pose for a group photo at the event to celebrate the 29th anniversary of Rwanda’s liberation, on July 31.
Over 200 attend Kwibohora festivities in Abu Dhabi
An aerial view of Muhanga Stadium. The government has completed the expropriation of 10 hectares of land to pave way for the construction of a stadium in Muhanga. Courtesy
New Muhanga stadium to be built on 10 hectares
Some women who are beneficiaries of the Social Economic Inclusion of Refugees and Host Communities (SEIRHC) project dubbed Jya Mbere project, that has been implemented by the Development Bank of Rwanda (BRD). Courtesy
How refugees, host communities use Jya Mbere to create viable development projects
The National Electoral Commission (NEC) has postponed by-elections for district councillors that  were planned for August 11  in Rubavu district.
NEC postpones by-elections for Rubavu councillors, mayor
Mystery as smoke billows from Nyamasheke hill. Courtesy photo
Geologists start probe into smoke, fire billowing from Nyamasheke hill
The event was co-hosted by Representative Trent Kelly, a member of the U.S. House of Representatives, and Ambassador Mathilde Mukantabana.
Govt spokesperson commends growing US-Rwanda partnership
A community health worker spraying medicine to combat malaria in Ruhango district. Scientists have warned of a surge in malaria in the Northern province as temperatures rise. File
Scientists warn of malaria in Northern province as temperatures rise
A view of a forest that is being havested in Rurindo District. The government has authorized the allocation of 7,716 hectares of state forests to private investors for responsible harvesting and oversight. Sam Ngendahimana
Rwanda allocates over 7,000 hectares of state forests to investors
Activits during a guided tour of a new restored forests of indigenous trees in Rwamagana. Photo by Dan Gatsinzi
Nature Conservation Day: 10 indigenous trees on verge of extinction
Participants follow a presentation during the closing event of the project. The training focused on increasing horticulture farmers' productivity using organic fertilizers and implementing cost-effective techniques. Photos by Craish BAHIZI
4,500 farmers benefit from Catholic Relief Services' USAID-funded project
ICT and Innovation Minister, Paula Ingabire interacts with Kampeta Pitchette Sayinzoga, CEO of Development Bank of Rwanda (BRD) PLC at the  meeting in Kigali, on July 25. Photo by Emmanuel Dushimimana
Private sector urged to pursue data-driven investments
The newly constructed housing units of the first apartment in the Isange estate Phase II, on the scenic Rebero hill in Kicukiro District on July 24. Photos by Emmanuel Dushimimana
Photos: Imara Properties completes first apartment of Isange estate phase II
Louise Mushikiwabo, the Secretary General of the International Organisation of La Francophonie.File
Mushikiwabo not invited for Francophone games in DR Congo - official
Some seedlings of indigenous species. Rwanda is planning to plant more trees, of which 40 per cent must be indigenous species, in order to access the carbon market. COURTESY
Carbon trading: Indigenous trees to take up 40% of Rwanda’s forests
The National Electoral Commission Executive Secretary Charles Munyaneza addresses the media during a past news briefing. SAM NGENDAHIMANA
Date set for district by-elections
Activists during a guided tour of a protected forest in Kayonza. Rwanda is hosting the 2023 International Conference on Conservation Biology (ICCB 2023) slated for July 23-27. Courtesy
Over 90 country representatives attend conference on conservation biology in Kigali

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