Patrick Nzabonimpa
Patrick Nzabonimpa
Over 120 representatives of young and older generations from various districts across Rwanda held a dialogue on cultural norms on August 11.Courtesy
IYD2022: Rwandan youth, elders urge sustained intergenerational dialogues
Vu00e9ritu00e9 Mugabo Makuza, 19, the developer of Kobra, a visual programming tool designed to make machine learning easy to learn and experiment with. / Photos: Courtesy.
Software developer designs tool streamlining machine learning
Youth Volunteers distribute food stuff to vurnerable families during the lockdown. Craish Bahizi
IYD2022: Rwandan youth talk empowerment, need to tap into available opportunities
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Enumerators begin listing phase ahead of 2022 population census
Enumerators during a training session in Musanze District last month. Over 20,000 enumerators were deployed and are set to complete training on August 9. Photo: Courtesy.
Seven things to know about 5th Rwanda population census
Candidates sit the national examination at Group Scolaire Shyorongi on July 26.
Changes in grading system as govt sets new examination guidelines
Marie-Claire Muneza, Communication Manager at Canal + Rwanda, Canal + Group addresses journalists on August 4. All Photos by Craish Bahizi
Canal+ maintains broadcasting rights as European football returns
Hippos in Akagera National Park. Ten African countries have proposed that hippopotamus be given the highest protection. Photo: Courtesy.
African countries want hippos listed as endangered species
Local traditional medical practitioners are pushing for a law that will help regulate the sector to help sieve out scammers and ensure safety of their patients. Photo: File.
Traditional medics push for legislation to regulate sector
Local coders learn how start-up acts operate during a skills development workshop at kLab in Kigali. Photo: File.
Why do most tech start-ups fail to take off?
Patrick Ndahinyuka and some of his artworks. Courtesy photos.
Artist on showcasing Rwandan culture, tradition through decor
Isiaka Mbarushimana pulling a rope during his performance.
Local choreographer brings to life one-hour solo play themed on existence
Members of the governing council and new members of its standing committees in a retreat  to discuss and reflect on their duties and responsibilities on July 29. Courtesy
Engineers’ body holds retreat for newly elected committes
Twenty-eight young African entrepreneurs and business owners are in Rwanda to explore the business opportunities .Theyu00a0are from Ghana, Nigeria, Kenya, The Gambia, Sierra Leone, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Cyprus and UAE-Dubai.u00a0Photos byu00a0Dan Nsengiyumva
Young African entrepreneurs explore investment opportunities in Rwanda
Volunteers help a trauma victim during a commemoration event at Kicukiro Nyanza Genocide Memorial on May 4, 2019. Youth gathered in Kigali to discuss and reflect on inter-generational trauma as a result of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi. . Photo by Sam Ngendahimana
Youth share experience on intergenerational trauma
Enumerators during a training session in Musanze on July 21.Over 20,000 enumerators are being trained across the country as part of the preparation of national population and housing census.Courtesy
Preparations for national population census underway
Yvonne Manzi Makolo, CEO of RwandAir, explained that data collection and analysis is critical to the successful operation of the airline industry. Photo: Craish Bahizi.
Cenfri on mobilising public, private institutions to make data-driven decisions
INES Main Campus in Musanze District.The 13th African Association of Remote Sensing of the Environment  International Conference will run  from October 24 to 28, 2022 at Kigali Conference and Exhibition.
INES - Ruhengeri to host international conference on remote sensing of environment

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