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 Joan Mbabazi
Joan Mbabazi
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
Women
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
Health
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
Education
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
Environment
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
Health
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
Health
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
Health
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.
Health
Rwanda: Malaria cases down by 88% in 2023
The most common scorpion in Rwanda is the Hemiscorpius lepturus, known for its potent venom. Courtesy
Health
Explainer: 11 things to know about scorpions
Rwanda Biomedical Center (RBC) has alerted residents about scorpions in their houses, compounds, and environments. Internet
Health
RBC urges Rwandans to be vigilant about scorpions
Youth touring the memorial centre as they learn more about the Genocide against the Tutsi. Photo by Craish Bahizi
Kwibuka
Where youth can find information about the Genocide
Some youths using a free wireless at Imbuga City walk in Nyarugenge District. Photo by Craish Bahizi
Health
Mental health: Understanding risks of social media addiction, finding balance
Participants visit a mini exhibition where  a mental health specialist showcasing some of tools that the society has been using while dealing with a mental health patient before. Courtesy
Health
Mental health: Research project seeks to address illness in Rwandan schools
Gospel rapper Gentil Rukundo
Music
Gospel rapper releases new song about reconciliation
George Jean Claude Murekeyimana,  41-year-old  Orthodox priest, during the interview at Iwacu Recovery Centre in Nyamata, Bugesera District. Photo by Christianne Murengerantwari
Religion
From struggle to strength: An Orthodox priest’s battle with alcohol addiction
A group of artists spearheaded by King Ngabo, launched an initiative, Art for Memories in 2023. File
Kwibuka
Art for Memories: Preserving photos of Genocide victims
Red Cross volunteers help a trauma victim during a commemoration event at Kicukiro-Nyanza Genocide Memorial in 2019. Sam Ngendahimana
Kwibuka
Genocide: Experts weigh in on transgenerational trauma
Officials during the launch of “Professional Umuganda”, a nutrition project in Rutsiro District , to eliminate malnutrition and stunting among children of under-five years  on April 4. Bahizi
Featured
World Vision, Rutsiro District launch nutrition programme to curb stunting in children

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