Michel Nkurunziza
Michel Nkurunziza
Minister of Environment, Jeanne d'Arc Mujawamariya disposing plastic waste in a dustbin during the launch of a project to manage single use plastics on November 23, 2022. Courtesy
Over 6,000 tonnes of single-use plastic waste need recycling annually
Officials pose for a group photo during  Rwanda-Turkey Economic and Business Forum which kicked off  in Istanbul on November 21
Rwanda’s exports to Turkey increase to over $10 million
Workers sort briquettes at a factory which helps reduce the number of households depending on
firewood and charcoal for cooking. Photo: File.
The six climate-financing deals Rwanda secured at COP27
One imported breed can weigh up to 500 kilogrammes once grown up. Photo: Courtesy.
Rwandan farmers bank on high-yield pig breeds from Europe
Commuters board buses in Kigali on August 30, 2019. According to the Rwanda Environment
Management Authority, the country targets to electrify 20% of its public transport buses, by 2030.
Photo: Craish Bahizi.
How Rwanda will electrify 20% public transport buses by 2030
Burundian President, Évariste Ndayishimiye, who is the current chairperson of the East African Community. Courtesy
Burundian President speaks out on Rwanda-DR Congo impasse
 A fruit farmer looks at her avocado plant in Nyamagabe District. According to Kigali City Mayor, at least 285, 805 fruit trees will be planted in schools so as to boost the school feeding programme. File
City of Kigali embarks on fruit planting to boost school feeding
A view of  landslides on Mukamira Ngororero road in Western Province in 2019. Meteo has warned people living in high risk areas to leave so as not to be affected by landslides. Courtesy
Weather agency warns of landslides despite reduced rainfall
Graduates celebrate their milestone at Nyagatare Stadium on Friday, November 18.
All you need to know about 5,702 graduates of University of Rwanda
A flooded wetland at Masaka in Kicukiro District in April. COP27 closed on Sunday November 20, with an agreement to provide “loss and damage” funding for vulnerable countries hit hard by climate disasters. Courtesy
COP27: Vulnerable countries to get compensation for climate change effects
Prime Minister Edouard Ngirente addresses the 8th graduation ceremony of the University of Rwanda in Nyagatare district on Friday, November 18. All Photos by Craish Bahizi
Ngirente announces reforms to improve University of Rwanda funding model
A grey-crowned crane at Umusambi Village in Kigali, a nature reserve and sanctuary for the
disabled, rescued endangered birds from captivity. Photo: Courtesy.
Rwanda’s crane population doubles in five years
Women who sell fresh sardines on the shores of Lake Kivu in Rusizi District. During the operations to crack down on
all illegal fishing activities in Lake Kivu, over 30,000 illegal fishing nets and about 3,000 boats have been confiscated
over the past three years. Photo: Sam Ngendahimana.
Over 30,000 illegal fishing nets confiscated – report
Taxi-moto operators wade through a flooded street in Kigali. Following the heavy rains that killed a motorist and two more people, on November 16 ,the City of Kigali has warned residents not drive during heavy rains. File
City of Kigali sounds warning as floods kill three people
Workers at Pink Mango garment factory at Kigali Special Economic Zone. PSF has urged investors and businesses to switch to shift work as an effective employment model. Dan Nsengiyumva.
PSF mulls shift work to deal with new working hours
Bank of Kigali in partnership with the Association des Métis au Rwanda has supported saving and development groups of women whose children were
abandoned. Photos: Courtesy.
BK partners with AMERWA to support women with abandoned children
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Of the Rwandan greenpreneur who won $100,000 at COP27
The Minister of Environment Jeanne d’Arc Mujawamariya speaks at the COP27 UN climate summit
in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt. Photo: Courtesy.
2.2m carbon credits issued in Rwanda

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