Joan Mbabazi
Joan Mbabazi
Gentil Rkd, gospel rapper
Local rapper urges Africans to showcase their beauty, cultures in new song
British High Commissioner, Omar Daair in group photos with the attendees  during the celebration of the Commonwealth 10 th anniversary in Kigali on March 13. Courtesy
Commonwealth Day: Rwanda, UK partnership to boost agricultural exports, environmental protection
The authors posing with students after handing them books.
Writers on curbing mental health disorders, stigma through awareness
Aude Kaze, founder, Kwezi widwife initiative
Midwife on empowering colleagues, why pregnant women need prenatal counselling
Mutesi Gasana, the founder of Ubuntu Publishers and Arise Education Rwanda. Courtesy
Life goals: Does age matter in achievement?
The serene green view of Nature Kigali Boutique Hotel and Restaurant located in the heart of Nyarutarama.
Nature Kigali; fabulous place to experience nature, delicious meals
Kevin Cyusa with some of the potraits that will feature in his art series during the interview. Photos by Dan Kwizera Gatsinzi
A visual artist’s goal to get youth to embrace and preserve Rwandan culture
Arsene Tuyi, gospel artiste
Gospel singer Tuyi expresses gratitude in new song
Joselyne Nzisabira, poet and author
Local author urges young people to make right decisions in relations
Pacifique Imilinga Twese, manager of Stargaze record label
EDM artistes are limited by lack of funds- music manager
(L-R) Claydon Mumba Kanyunge, an AfWaSA member in Zambia, and Arnold Nduduzo Msibi, a young water professional in Swaziland posing for a photo during the African Water Association International Congres
African youth establish water platform to influence decision-making
Eng. Silver Mugisha, the president of AfWaSA(L), and Prof. Hamanth Kasan the chair of strategic capacity building committee AfWaSA, during the water and sanitation conference in Abidjan.
Rwanda, Senegal chosen as water and sanitation training locations
A woman fetching water at a borehole in Kirehe.Currently nearly 420 million Africans still lack basic drinking water today, or one in three inhabitants and 780 million people. Craish Bahizi
420 million Africans still lack basic drinking water, continent seeks solutions
Participants of the International Forum of Professional Women for Water, Sanitation and Environment in Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire.
African women urged to opt for positions in water, sanitation and environment sector
Journalists that attended the training on water and sanitation posing for a group photo with some of AFWA heads.
Take lead in awareness on water and sanitation, journalists told
Some of the journalists that attended the training during a group discussion
African Journalists form network on clean water  
Officials pose for a group photo during the launch. The Public sector is urged to participate in projects aimed to boost Rwanda’s climate action plan.
FEATURED: Applications to fund climate change projects start
Gospel singer Sam Ribasira. Courtesy photo.
Gospel music shouldn’t be a business—gospel singer Rwibasira

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