Michel Nkurunziza
Michel Nkurunziza
A fish farm in Lake Kivu in Karongi District. Fishing communities have been warned of strong winds around Lake Kivu. File
Fishing communities warned of strong winds around Lake Kivu
Macky Sall, the President of Senegal speaks at panel discussion during the opening of Women Deliver Conference 2023 in Kigali on July 17. President Macky Sall  has pledged 150 scholarships to Afghan girls studying in Rwanda.
Senegal president pledges 150 scholarships for Afghan girls in Rwanda
An artistic impression of the Rwf30bn five-star hotel. All photos: Courtesy.
Districts partner to build Rwf30bn hotel, golf course
Panelists discuss on  Status of Women in Agrifood Systems, during the Women Deliver Conference held in Kigali on July 18. Courtesy
Closing gender gap in food systems could increase global GDP by $1 trillion- FAO
Residents try to salvage some of the properties after the disasters on May 3. The government is seeking Rwf518.58 billion (approximately US$415 million) to facilitate the recovery from disasters. Germain Nsanzimana
Rwanda needs Rwf518bn to recover from flood-induced losses
Jacqueline Muhimpundu, a Burundian refugee who owns a company dubbed “DETEX Enterprises Ltd” that produces liquid soap in Kigali. Craish Bahizi
Triumph over tragedy: How Burundian female refugee secured financial stability in Rwanda
The UK government's Department for Immigration & Passports, Drugs Policy, Crime, Fire, Counter-terrorism & Police has announced the passage of the illegal Migration Bill. Courtesy
UK passes bill to return illegal migrants to their home country, third country
Alicia Herbert, the Director for Education, Gender and Equality at UK’s Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) interacts with young girls as she visits a Girls Club at GS Mburabuturo
Girls’ Clubs to be scaled up in Rwanda’s public schools
One of the 561 primary school  candidates with disabilities, sits national exams during the official launch on Monday, July 17. COURTESY
PLE: Special needs children get extra hour during national exams
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Nearly 600 pupils with disabilities sit primary leaving exams
Delegates interact after picking their badges on Saturday, July 15. The Minister of Environment, Dr Jeanne d’Arc Mujawamariya, has hailed organisers for successfully implementing zero waste at the Women Deliver Conference. OLIVIER MUGWIZA
Women Deliver Conference hailed for going zero waste
Thousands of chickens at ABUSOL poultry farm in Mayange Sector in Bugesera. SAM NGENDAHIMANA
Rwanda launches vaccination for chicks at hatchery
The academy was established in Kigali by ADHI Corporate Group- the investor in affordable housing-in partnership with the government of Rwanda. File
Investor plans to set up 40,000 green homes
A laboratory technician on duty at Rwanda Forensic Laboratory. The institution has revealed a significant surge in the number of paternity tests conducted, soaring from 168 in 2018-19 to 780 in 2022-23. Photo: File.
Children are collateral damage as DNA paternity tests rise
Delegates pose for a group photo at the conference   on the most effective approaches to address conflicts, promote human well-being, and achieve sustainable peace on Tuesday,July 12. All photos by Emmanuel Dushimimana
FEATURED: Experts explore effective approaches for sustainability in peace, education
Francis Bushayija, the president of COOPRIKA-Cyunuzi cooperative in Kirehe and Ngoma districts (4th right), tours the rice plantation with other members. Photos by Emmanuel Dushimimana
How Agaciro-funded firm has changed the fortunes of Kirehe, Ngoma rice farmers
Govenor Jim Pillen ( in red tie) , Ambassador Mathilde, Maj. Gen Daryl Bohac ( next to Amb) and new incoming Adjutant General Major Gen. Craig W. Strong.
Rwandan envoy honours U.S. army general
The newly constructed dam will serve to retain a portion of the floodwater and release it at a controlled flow rate.
Govt completes construction of River Sebeya flood retention dam

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