Joan Mbabazi
Joan Mbabazi
Some members of the  Cuban medical brigade that is in Rwanda as part of the early phases of implementing the 4x4 strategy during the orientation meeting in Kigali on June 4. Courtesy
Cuban medics set to enhance Rwanda's healthcare
Eid al-Adha will be celebrated on Sunday, June 16, with the national prayer of the day being held at Kigali Pelé Stadium starting 6 am.
Muslims to celebrate Eid al-Adha on Sunday
Safi Mukundwa, the sole survivor of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi in her family during the interview. Mukundwa started the “Safi Life Organisation Centre” in Kigali in 2017, to empower teen mothers, in sewing skills and entrepreneurship mentorship. Photo: Emmanuel Dushimimana.
PHOTOS: How Genocide survivor’s experience birthed passion to support teen mothers
Parents and guardians who are considering enrolling their children at Ntare Louisenlund School tour the campus  in Nyamata, Bugesera District, on June 8. Photos by Craish Bahizi
PHOTOS: Ntare school gives prospective students, parents special pre-opening campus tour
Dr Eric Remera, the manager of the division in charge of research, innovation, and data sciences at Rwanda Biomedical Center (RBC). file
How local research plays crucial role in tackling Rwanda’s health issues
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[FEATURED] Psoriasis: An incurable condition that lacks awareness, research in Rwanda
Although Viral Hepatitis C (HCV) has claimed several lives and has no effective vaccine, it can be treated and cured. Rwanda has established interventions to eliminate the infection.
FEATURED: From screening to treatment: Rwanda’s strategy towards Hepatitis C elimination
Panelists during Solid Minds' mental health workshop on May 31, in Kigali. Photos by Christianne Murengerantwari.
How to tackle mental health at work, school
The weeklong campaign was aimed to raise awareness, reduce stigma, and empower women and girls to prioritize their menstrual health for better well-being, concluded on May 28 . All photos by Craish Bahizi
FEATURED: AHF, partners on campaign to lessen stigma, empower women, girls in menstrual hygiene management
The official launch of the obstetrics and gynaecology (OBGYN) residency training program took place at Rwamagana Level Two Teaching Hospital on Friday, May 24. Courtesy
OB-GYN residency training set to enhance maternal, child healthcare
A group of singers during their performance during the campaign to raise awareness of menstrual hygiene, and curb stigma around it on Tuesday, May 21. Dan Gatsinzi
Why menstrual hygiene is more than access to sanitary products
Delegates follow a panel discussion during the Health Research and Policy Conference in Kigali on Monday, May 20.  Emmanuel Dushimimana
Experts explore strategies for building ecosystem responsive to Rwanda’s unique health needs
Students reading books in the Library at Groupe Scolaire Kimisange in Kigali. Photo by Dan Gatsinzi
Writers weigh in on Rwanda’s reading culture
Jourmalists during a story coverage at Rwanda Investigation Bureau headquarters in Kigali on may 17 2019. File
World Press Freedom Day: What are the gaps in environmental reporting?
Officials meet women who attended a cervical cancer screening pilot project launch in Ngoma District on Tuesday, April 30. Photo: Courtesy
Ngoma District: New project seeks more coverage in cervical cancer prevention
Dr Daniel Ngamije the Director of WHO Global Malaria Program delivers his remarks during the 8th Pan-African Malaria Conference in Kigali on Friday April 26. Photos by Craish Bahizi
Inside USAID Tubeho’s drive to improve maternal and child healthcare services
A health worker during indoor residual spraying exercise in Bugesera. Photo by Craish Bahizi
Malaria: How is Rwanda handling insecticide resistance?
A health worker carries out indoor residual spraying in Bugesera District. According to Rwanda Biomedical Center (RBC), Malaria cases in the country dropped by 88 per cent as of 2023. Photo: File.
Rwanda: Malaria cases down by 88% in 2023

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