Jade Natacha Iriza
Jade Natacha Iriza
The New Times
Dim lights reduce diabetes risk - research
Shabana Basij-Rasikh, an Afghan educator, humanitarian, and women's rights champion speaks at the Commonwealth Youth Forum on June 20,2022. File
Resilient pioneers and daring dreams: The daunting journey of Afghan women to Rwanda
Wilson lauched his book on March 1 at the residence of British High Commissioner in Kigali.
Tracing a wildlife lover’s footsteps in Rwanda’s diverse habitats  
The top three districts were awarded for their outstanding performance  during the presentation of results of districts’ performance evaluation during the 18th National Dialogue . Courtesy
Nyagatare tops in performances contracts
An enumerator interacts with a resident during the National Census in Kimihurura sector on Aug 16. Craish Bahizi
Census report: What do the figures show?
Some of girls who attended the workshops during a cricket festival at Gahanga Cricket Stadium. Courtesy
Engaging adolescents on appropriate sexual and reproductive health choices through sport
Christopher Franklin and David Franklin, Founders of Harmony Village 100
FEATURED: Global Partnership to provide startup funding opportunities through new competition
The New Times Managing Director James Munyaneza speaks to Inyange Girls School of Sciences during their visit at The New Times on Wednesday, February 22
PHOTOS: Inyange Girls School visit The New Times newsroom
Gisele Ishimwe has loved cricket since childhood. Photos by Coucou Uwera
19-year-old cricket player on living her dream and the importance of parental support 
Delegates at  Rwanda Global Business Services Investor Conference in Kigali on Tuesday, February 21, 2023.
How Rwanda is positioning as global business service destination
Members of the Ugandan Parliament from the Committee on Health during a guided tour of the Nyarugenge District Hospital, on Thursday, February 16. Photo by Dan Gatsinzi.
Uganda MPs in Rwanda on health insurance benchmark tour
Gift vendors pack different  Valentine’s Day gifts in Kigali. The day is celebrated on February 14. File
Cost-friendly valentine’s gifts for your loved one
Solid’Africa has been providing free meals in public hospitals to those who cannot afford them during their hospital stay. Courtesy
Solid Gold Gala: Celebration of charitable love
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FEATURED: Vuba Vuba celebrates third anniversary
Galentine's Day is a celebration of friendship and the people who support you as romantic relationships come and go. Internet
Galentine’s is the new trend!
Some of young teen girls with their babies  after giving birth due to unwanted pregnancies. Courtesy
Debate on ‘right approach to teen pregnancy’ persists as cases rise
World Cancer Day is observed annually on February 4,  to raise awareness about cancer, and its prevention, detection, and treatment. Photos by Jade Iriza
World Cancer Day: How much do we know about our bodies?
Muvunyi and his fiancee Sandrine during a wedding proposal ceremony in Kigali. File
Love month: Planning a proposal?

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