Michel Nkurunziza
Michel Nkurunziza
The New Times
Government to set up fund to incentivise model farmers
Finished products ready for sale and distribution.
How BDF supported the female graduate to expand her agribusiness project
Workers at a construction site in Kigali. Sam Ngendahimana.
Informal sector savings scheme to be rolled out this month
Owners of the storage facility speak to  Kayonza Mayor Murenzi (centre) about the new fertilisers they received.
Farmers turn to value addition to help shore up maize prices
The busy Kicukiro trading centre along the Sonatubes-Gahanga-Akagera Bridge road whose expansion is expected to start tomorrow. The expropriation of the property along this road will cost an estimated Rwf4.5 billion. Nadege Imbabazi.
Govt to spend Rwf4.5bn on expropriating properties on Sonatubes-Gahanga road
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Govt targets investments worth $90m in agriculture
Minister for Environment Vincent Biruta and officials from the Greenhouse Gas Management Institute and Carbon Institute and University of Rwanda after signing a partnership agreement to launch Carbon Accounting in Rwanda on Friday. Courtesy.
Rwanda signs pact to reduce greenhouse gases
The Minister for Disaster Management and Refugees, Jeanne du2019Arc De Bonheur (left), hands a travel document to a refugee in Kigali yesterday.  Sam Ngendahimana.
Refugees acquire machine readable travel documents
Restituta Mutuyimana receives a motorcycle and certificate as the best teacher in Southern Province. Michel Nkurunziza.
Meet Mutuyimana, the teacher who was rewarded as the best in the Southern Province
PS Mulindwa speaking to teachers about the proposed English proficiency test. Photo/Michel Nkurunziza
Govt unveils $20m plan to improve English proficiency among teachers
Akamanzi  has called for further improvement in service delivery. Michel Nkurunziza.
Hospitality sector can do better in customer care, says government
Donathile Mukankomeza (left side) discuss business ideas with two other women. Michel Nkurunziza.
Teacher finds prosperity in agri-business
Mount Kenya University Rwanda to operate as a fully-fledged institution.
FEATURED: MKU Rwanda set to be fully-fledged university
Youth in agribusiness during the study tour to learn how to grow tomatoes in Green house, BDF targets to work with youth in agribusiness.
FEATURED: BDF moves to finance 60 agribusiness projects by youth
L-R: Mulindwa, Mureshyankwano, and Nyanza District mayor Erasme Ntazindwa at the event. Michel Nkurunziza.
World Teachers’ Day: Government pledges more incentives for teachers
The gifts are part of u201cIzihirweu201d to celebrate 20-year celebration operating in Rwanda since 1998
FEATURED: MTN distributes bicycles to youthful agents
The best ICT based innovative solutions for smart cities developed by young innovators were rewarded. (File).
Best ICT solutions for Smart Cities rewarded
Pupils hold seedlings during a tree planting exercise at Groupe Scolaire Musenyi in Kayonza District. Sam Ngendahimana.
Over 200,000 fruit trees to be planted as govt steps up anti-malnutrition effort

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