Jade Natacha Iriza
Jade Natacha Iriza
First Lady of Rwanda, Jeannette Kagame delivers remarks at a gala dinner in honour of the Silver Jubilee of the Forum of Rwandan Women Parliamentarians  and the 20th anniversary of Assembleu0300e Parlementaire de la Francophonie. / Photo by Dan Nsengiyumva
First Lady calls for tireless efforts to fight prejudice against women
Totonga Arts is made of a diverse team of young artists from South Africa, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Nigeria, Sierra Leone and Rwanda
24-year-old graduate’s dream to give arts wider digital platform
Diaspora and the diplomatic corps.
Rwandans in Congo-Brazzaville celebrate Kwibohora28
Pay attention to what you study and how well it could help you earn a living in the future. Net photo.
Dealing with controversial career tips
According to ALU Founder Fred Swaniker, they're designed to facilitate social learning, peer-to-peer work, and community building in close proximity to the communities
Africa Leadership University launches learning hubs
Rwandans turned up in big numbers to exercise and have fun during CHOGM. Photos/Craish Bahizi
CHOGM is over, we can ‘Kwinegura’ now!
Patients wait for medical services at a health post in Nyaruguru District. Photos/File
How local digital health start-up strives to create better healthcare experience
Princess Camilla, The Duchess of Cornwall, and First Lady Jeannette Kagame attended an event to discuss guidelines that can help reduce violence against women and girls , on Thursday June 23,
We stand with victims of violence – Duchess Camilla
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Women are safer when they know their rights: Human trafficking survivor on initiative to protect others
Stephen Ogweno, a co-founder of Lifesten Health, during a panel of discussion on health services in Geneva, Switzerland. All photos/Courtesy
How wellness start-up strives to help people take control of their lives
Ntsika Kota.
Eswatini author wins 2022 Commonwealth short story award
Delegates applaud for panelists during the Commonwealth Women Forum in Kigali on June 20.
Engaging men, boys will help end violence against women - women’s forum delegates
A woman works in her cabbage plantation in Muko Sector in Musanze. 90 percent of all informal sectors in Africa is occupied by women. / Sam Ngendahimana
Vulnerable women need visibility, empowerment to champion change- Officials
Pupil and teacher at the board.
Nobel Prize winner endorses model of learning underpinning RwandaEQUIP
An all-inclusive trip can be enjoyed in cheap locations. Photo: Net
Expert on five money-saving tips for your summer holiday
All the finalists were awarded by the Ministry of Education for their outstanding drawings on their understanding of the Commonwealth. Photos by Dan Nsengiyumva
30 primary students awarded for painting Commonwealth values
Think about what you want out of your new role and how it can benefit the company. Net photo.
Ways to ask for promotion
The 11th National Youth Conference on commemoration policy and practices of the 1994 Genocide against Tutsi organized by Never Again Rwanda.
Youth commit to use their talent to back fight against genocide denial

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