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 Michel Nkurunziza
Michel Nkurunziza
Residents in Nyabihu District watch helplessly as a bridge is submerged by raging floods on May 7. Government says it plans to spend at least Rwf1 billion on the rehabilitation of Mugogo lowland that straddles Musanze and Nyabihu districts in a bid to tackle floods and revive economic activity there. / Photo: Courtesy.
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Rwf1bn earmarked to combat floods in Musanze, Nyabihu
An 8.5MW solar power plant in Rwamagana District. Rwanda has become the first African country to announce an ambitious $11 billion climate blueprint, key to the countryu2019s implementation of the Paris Agreement. The climate action plan, known officially as the Nationally Determined Contributions, includes aggressive investment in renewable energy. /  File.
Rwanda
Rwanda unveils $11bn climate action plan
Due to Covid 19 , price per Kilogramme of tree tomatoes dropped from Rwf600 to Rwf300 because hotels, restaurants, and others were not operating as usual. / File
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Investing in post-harvest technologies, a lesson from COVID-19 lockdown
A study has indicated that low level of education and illiteracy of parents is the main barrier against parental involvement in child education. / Net photo.
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Kigali City's water treatment plant at Nyabarongo River is among the most affected water treatment plans due to heavy rains in some days ago. / Courtesy
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Govt to insure more crops as farmers bear negative impacts of floods
The bridge that connected Ngoma and Bugesera District. / Courtesy.
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Rusizi District executive secretary, other officials resign
Citizens distribute food to vulnerable people during the lockdown last month.
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Volunteers help set up hand washing facilities in rural areas to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
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Shoppers maintain social distancing at Nyabugogo Fresh Food Market last week. Following the partial lift of the lockdown by Cabinet on Thursday, April 30, market vendors will be compelled to work in shifts as a way of decongesting the market to prevent the spread of coronavirus. / Photo: Dan Nsengiyumva.
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Social distancing: Market vendors to work in shifts
Nasho Solar-Powered Irrigation System in Eastern Province./ File.
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Why agricultural mechanisation remains low among farmers
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