Joan Mbabazi
Joan Mbabazi
Every year on October 18, World Menopause Day is celebrated to increase awareness of menopause and the available support options for enhancing health and well-being.
World Menopause Day: Identifying the signs
Bishop Innocent Rugagi (left) and Apostle Yongwe. Photo: File.
Faith or exploitation? Shedding light on controversial ‘money for miracles’ trend
A decoration venue for a wedding ceremony at Muhazi Flowers Beach & Resorts for a memorable time on the shores of Lake Muhazi in Rwamagana. Courtesy
Tips for a classic wedding on a low budget
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No Bra Day: What is it all about?
Some teachers marking the national exams at GSO Butare Indatwa in Huye. Some of them countrywide have raised concerns about delayed payments since August after completing their tasks. PHOTO BY OLIVIER MUGWIZA
Exams body reassures teachers over delayed marking allowances
A child heading to school carrying a school bag made out a plastic banner
Waste to work: How local entrepreneurs are empowering vulnerable communities
The walk will collaborate with Car-free Day on Sunday, October 15, starting at 7 am at the BK Arena, and concluding at Green Hills Academy.
Pink October: Breast cancer walk to offer screening, counselling
State Minister Dr Yvan Butera with other delegates follow a presentation during a vaccine cold-chain symposium in Kigali, on Monday October 9. The symposium intends to demonstrate the preservation of vaccines through the cold chain and ensure that they can be able to reach beneficiaries in their right conditions. All photos by Craish Bahizi
Cold chain symposium explores vaccine preservation, delivery
Joseph Harerimana, a preacher known as Apostle Yongwe, was arrested for allegedly deceiving followers by making false promises of securing visas and job promotions. FILE
RIB warns against ‘beliefs that put people in danger’
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World Teachers’ Day: Visually impaired educator on serving country through teaching
Attendants while viewing the paintings at the Heritage art exhibition at Neza-h art Space-Kiyovu.  Courtesy photos.
From pasture to canvas: How cattle rearing inspired an art exhibition
Celestin Mutuyimana founded the Baho Smile Institute (BSI) in 2019, a psychotherapeutic and research center in Rwanda to raise awareness of mental disorders and provide professional help.
Rwandan therapist on winning global festival award, shedding light on trauma through film
Specialists on mental health during an outreach program to meet residents upcountry for raising awareness on mental health issues in Bugesera District. Courtesy
Researchers list 7 tricks to help prevent depression in everyday life
Minister of Gender and Family Promotion Valentine Uwamariya delivers remarks during the National Girls Leaders’ Summit 2023 on September 21, in Kigali. Photos by Craish BAHIZI
Girls urged to mind role in society, shun stereotypes
Children watching TV at home. Nowadays, watching TV and playing electronic games have become popular forms of entertainment among most children. INTERNET PHOTO
The digital dilemma: Experts on the boundaries of children’s screen time
Children who were given the donation. The partnership has been ongoing for three years and is aimed at allowing learners to have a chance to study in good schools.
Investing in the future: Canal Plus Rwanda empowers underprivileged children with scholastic support
Herve Cyubahiro with his mother.Photo by Christianne Murengerantwari
Lab coats or sports jerseys: PLE’s top performer talks future possibilities
17-year-old Kelie Umutoniwase and her mother Julienne Mukayiranga.
O-Level champ shares winning formula, aims for career with philanthropic touch

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