Michel Nkurunziza
Michel Nkurunziza
Parents need to spend more time  with their children and help with early childhood development. Courtesy photos
Children & Education
Parents and their role in early childhood development
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Why 15% of Kigali commercial buildings space is unoccupied
Some of the trainees. Photos by Michel Nkurunziza.
New tool could double loans to agriculture sector
Parents trained on sexual reproductive health education awarded certificates. / Michel Nkurunziza
Parents’ initiative to educate youth on sexual reproductive health
Dr Bideri is the principal legal adviser at the National Commission for the Fight against Genocide (CNLG). / Michel Nkurunziza
Legal scholar narrates miraculous survival in “The Colour of Genocide”
A view of the Kigali Car-Free Zone launched in 2015. The City of Kigali will use it to promote Made-in-Rwanda products. / Courtesy
Car-Free Zone to promote Made-in-Rwanda products
The affected students at the hospital waiting room. / Courtesy
RDF intervenes in treating rare disease among female students
The campaign  against HIV infection targets all people, especially the youth. / Michel Nkurunziza
The dangers of skipping ARVs treatment
A man is carried through a flooded area in Nyabugogo. The government is set to bring in mobile bridges to deal with problem. / File
Govt allocates Rwf4.3bn for mobile bridges
Mahesh Kumar, director of Yego Moto, explains the driving training programme that will start next month. / Michel Nkurunziza
More women eye taxi-moto business
A TVET student during a welding class.
TVET: Empowering the youth with practical skills
Mutanguha (left) and Tusiime at the handover of the textbooks at REB offices in remera, Kigali yesterday. Sam Ngendahimana.
Rwandan schools set to receive new textbooks for genocide, peace studies
Prof Alexis Butera (centre) leads other doctors during an operation on a patient at King Faisal Hospital recently. / Sam Ngendahimana
Over three million suffer from respiratory diseases annually – report
Mara Corporation CEO, Ashish Thakkar and Managing Director of Kinunu Wonders Ltd. Sonia Kubwimana during the Made in Africa Leadership Conference in Kigali on June 6, 2019. / Craish Bahizi
First Rwandan smartphone hits market in two months
L-R: Eng. Colletta Ruhamya, director-general of Rwanda Environment Management Authority; Fatina Mukarubibi, Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Environment; and Stephen Rodriques, UNDP Resident Representative in Rwanda during the official launch of the Third National Communication report on climate change, in Kigali yesterday. The report, which was prepared by REMA under the auspices of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, provides an inventory of greenhouse gases in the country and mitigation measures. It was unveiled during an event to mark the World Environment Day in Kigali. / Nadege Imbabazi
Agriculture contributes 70% of greenhouse gas emissions in Rwanda – report
Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo visits an exhibition in Kigali yesterday. / Nadu00e8ge Imbabazi
Mayor Hidalgo visits women project funded by Paris city
The move is aimed at inspiring more girls to join the science field as well as help improve quality of education. / Michel Nkurunziza
Teaching Assistantship Project: An opportune mission to attract girls into sciences
Participants look at the artistu2019s impression of the proposed estate at the site in Rugarama, Nyamirambo yesterday. Craish Bahizi.
Govt seeks more investors to meet 310,000 unit demand for housing

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