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 Aurore Teta Ufitiwabo
Aurore Teta Ufitiwabo
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Rwanda
Thousands of youths turn up for mass NIDA photography as Covid restrictions are eased
John Bosco Kalisa, the East African Business Councilu2019s chief executive during the interview. / Photo: Craish Bahizi.
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EABC boss’s perspective on regional economic recovery
Clarisse Ngwinondebe's Bridal shower in Kigali on September 7. The government recently also eased restrictions on public gatherings, including concerts.Courtesy
Rwanda
House parties given the green light to resume
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Covid-19: Universities now demand vaccination certificates
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Regional business operators upbeat Covid vaccine rollout will spur economic recovery
Rolande Pryce ,World Bank Rwanda Country Manager delivers remarks during the signing ceremony in Kigali on September 22,2021. / Photo by Dan Nsengiyumva
Rwanda
$6 million project to help tackle poverty in rural areas
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Rwanda
Covid-19: Bars to re-open 18 months after closure, curfew hours reduced in Kigali
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Over 500 refugees evacuated from landslide-prone Gihembe camp
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Traders defy central bank directive on momo-pay charges
Children use coloured pencils during a drawing lesson at Nyarugunga Early Childhood Development Centre in June. / Photo: Dan Nsengiyumva.
Rwanda
Over 75,000 children to benefit from home-based care initiative
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RIB introduces ‘child friendly spaces’
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Ubumwe basketball club signs 3-year-deal with REG
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Rwanda to plant over 43 million trees in new campaign
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Rwanda, Zimbabwe sign cooperation deal on rail transport
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RURA to compensate Kwese TV clients after closure
A car carrying out a mobile ambient air monitoring system in Kigali.
What are the most polluted places in Kigali?
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Rwanda gets $75m to boost health commodity supply chain
Jean Marie Vianney Gatabazi, the Minister of Local Government speaks to journalists in March. / Sam Ngendahimana
Minister Gatabazi on why some districts were kept under tight curfew

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