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Patrick Nzabonimpa
Officials and particiapants pose for group photo at the meeting in Kigali on Tuesday, January 24. Craish Bahizi
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Students during a plumbing exercise at Musanze Polytechnic. The Ministry of Education  is working on assessment models that encourage teamwork, projects, and presentation skills among students. File
Govt to introduce assessment models encouraging teamwork
Some members of LUNA Africa team.
Local innovator on ‘safe’ telehealth platform for women
Students during a plumbing practical exercise at Musanze Polytechnic. Rwanda has started a feasibility study phase to establish TVET Centres of Excellence in all 30 districts of the country. Sam Ngendahimana
Govt to build TVET Centre of Excellence in every district
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Holy Entrance Ministries on spreading gospel of Christ, supporting the vulnerable
Rwanda’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations, Amb Claver Gatete delivers remarks during a UN Security Council Open Debate on the Rule of Law  in New York, on January 12. Courtesy
Foreign interference in judicial matters undermines rule of law – Rwandan envoy
Desire Arsene Ndayishimiye leading his dance class, showing the team what to do.
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Some of the 416 DASSO officers who completed a 9-weeks training on December 5.
Over 400 DASSO officers pass out
A teacher helps people with disabilities who are  visually impaired students at Masaka in Kigali.. Craish Bahizi
Visually impaired persons call for more awareness on Braille
"Do Not Accept to Die" and "Shaped" book covers
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Ernest Kamanzi, an MP representating youth has reportedly resigned from Parliament over an alleged drunk driving incident. File
Youth MP Ernest Kamanzi resigns
Pope Francis (L) with Pope Emeritus Benedict. Reuters photo
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Minister of ICT and Innovation Paula Ingabire speaks at the  Mobile World Congress Africa in Kigali on October 25. Photo by Olivier Mugwiza
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(L-R) Gospel singer  John Byiringiro Singleton with Clement Ishimwe, owner of Kina Music.
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Kids' toys at Tedga's Recreation Center.
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Girihirwe pitching Mulika Farm's solution during Hanga PitchFest on December 10.
26-year-old innovator on platform that sells produce directly to markets
A view of Mwoya Water Treatment Plant. Under the project, 740 vulnerable families from the first and second Ubudehe categories were connected to water free of charge.
How access to clean water has changed lives in Rusizi district
Epa Binamungu during his exhibition Between the Lines.
10 exhibitions by local visual artists that shaped 2022

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