Hudson Kuteesa
Hudson Kuteesa
Isimbi Dianne , 15, S3 at GS Cyarwa
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A panel discussion moderated by Matthew Rwahigi. Looking on are Dr Rutebuka Balinda, Philippe Habinshuti, Eugene Karangwa and Dr Bernard. Panelists shared inputs on effective strategies in reinforcing community resilience to disasters. Courtesy.
Red Cross says prepared to contain disasters ahead of the rainy season
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Japanese top companies eye Rwanda market
PAC chairperson Jean-Chrysostome Ngabitsinze. Net photo.
Lawmakers task Prime Minister’s office to expedite implementation of govt programmes
Youths during a mock session organised by RBC in partnership with GAERG (Rwandan Graduates Genocide Survivors). The training aims at increasing their knowledge on trauma management and equipping them to become community based counselors. Courtesy.
Why younger Rwandans are most affected by trauma
Hideaki Shinoda, from Tokyo University of Foreign Studies shared the case of Japan in peace building. (Courtesy)
Scholars tipped on peace building
Bogaert staged his solo exhibition recently at Ivuka arts. / Hudson Kutessa
Belgian visual artist’s work an opportunity for Rwandans to reflect on the past
Misigaro (in a white shirt) waves at his fans during his u2018Hari imbaraga concertu2019 on Mar.10.
How Misigaro’s homecoming concert went down
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Rwandan among the victims of Ethiopian Airlines crash
Officials inspect the Sonatube-Gahanga-Akagera road. Emmanuel Kwizera.
Upgrade of Sonatube-Gahanga-Akagera road commences
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Gaby Kamanzi drops new video
Minister Busingye (L) and his Angolan counterpart Angelo de Barros da Veiga Tavares during the signing in Luanda, Angola. Courtesy
Rwanda, Angola sign deal to bolster security, public order
Amb. Charles kayonga (centre) poses with the award with Rwandan cultural dancers at the event. Courtesy.
Rwanda named most distinctive tourist destination at Chinese travel fair
Dr Rubagumya (centre) explains to the audience, as cancer survivor Karen Bugingo (right) looks on. Emmanuel Kwizera.
Youth sensitized on fighting cancer stigma
Rwandans consume about 3 per cent of the coffee produced  iin the country. Emmanuel Kwizera.
Does Rwanda consume enough of its coffee?
Emmanuel Ngoye working at his tailor shop in the city center. He has designed costumes for some of the biggest movies shot in Rwanda. Emmanuel Kwizera.
Ngoye: From tailor to movie costume designer
A specialist tastes Rwandan coffee at Rwanda Trading Company in Kigali. Sam Ngendahimana.
Rwanda ‘keen on increasing local consumption of coffee’
Rwanda's coffee brands that are set to be cupped in China on display. / Courtesy
10 Rwandan coffee brands to be cupped in China

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