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Peter Thorp , 64, known for his decadelong leadership of San Francisco's highly lauded Gateway High School , left his family and Nob Hill apartment two years ago to start a private girls school in Rwanda. We caught up with him 9,000 miles away from
What we are seeing now is a government that is not against Hutu or Tutsi, but a government that targets individuals who don't agree with their policies End Quote Rose Hakizimana Burundian political commentator But over the years Burundi, which has a
President Paul Kagame offered some critical words for regional journalists at a debate on the role of government in promoting journalism, yesterday, challenging the media; to do justice by having balanced well investigated stories. The President told
Benitha Nyiranizeyimana, 14, got pregnant when she was in fifth grade in Kigali, Rwanda's capital. She says she eventually dropped out of school because her mother couldn't afford to pay her education fees on top of supporting her and her new baby.
According to Dr Yves Mucyo Habimana, who is in charge of MDR TB at Rwanda Biomedical Centre, the country has effectively managed TB and other countries within the region are learning from it. Habimana said this yesterday at the opening of the
Under the theme, whole government approach to achieving national development goals, common wealth countries intend to change a lot, both in private and public sectors.
Mugisha, 20 July 2012 In its endeavour to promote the reading culture among Rwandans, the Ministry of Education has launched the Rwanda Reads Initiative (RRI) a platform to cater for the public's reading needs. The Minister of Education, Dr Vincent
He challenged the young generation to draw lessons from the continent's past pitfalls and be mindful of modern day challenges, if they are to overcome the difficulties that lie ahead. Africa's problems have a long complex history open and subtle
MPs, scholars and others - that these global interests have been with Africa for a long time. After stressing that ideal frameworks exist and what Africa needs is concerted action at the local, national, regional and the continental levels to spur
Mmasekgoa Masire Mwamba, and the deputy Secretary General of Common Wealth...Margee Ensign, the President of the American University of Nigeria and Prof. Jean, a professor of social sciences and economics in the universities of Geneva and the