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Harebamungu made the call, last week, while launching the school feeding programme in the City of Kigali at GS Camp Kanombe, in Kicukiro District. "We cannot expect our children to perform well if they don't feed well. Our 12-Year Basic Education (
A group of evangelists from UK has donated goats to scores of vulnerable residents in Kimironko, Gasabo District...The group led by Pastor Hillary Wyatt handed over the donation through Crossroads International Church Rwanda, in Gasabo. Pastor Joy
Kigali where electronics worth millions of francs were stolen. Robbers broke the door and entered into the facility's department of health insurance at around 11:45pm and stole two scanners, a flat television set, an internet switch, computer and
Parliamentary elections this week saw Kagame's Rwandan Patriotic Front cruise to victory, but calm was disrupted by a pre-poll grenade attack in central Kigali. Two explosions rocked Kigali this weekend, days before Monday's parliamentary elections.
Rwanda Rwandan police say two grenade blasts have killed two people and wounded 22 others in Kigali, Rwanda's capital, ahead of parliamentary elections on Monday. Police spokesman Damas Gatare said Saturday that a grenade exploded Friday night at a
But such a media must be enabled to grow in order to be more responsible and functional. Rwanda has taken the right step towards empowering the media by adopting law to ensure full media access to information and self regulation.
It cannot get worse, though, than when parents themselves discriminate against their own disabled children. "In some families disabled children are still perceived as a disgrace," says Esperance Mukamabano, a 60-year-old mother of two. She remembers
Last week, EU experts presented a report on the state of housing in Kigali City, and the requirements to meet the needs of its residents in terms of shelter in the next ten years. It didn't make for comfortable reading: the experts deemed only one
In the wise and profound words of Winston Churchill: You see these dictators on their pedestals, surrounded by the bayonets of their soldiers and the truncheons of their police ... yet in their hearts there is unspoken fear. They are afraid of words
All districts achieved above 82 per cent of their development targets, while ministries achieved 81 per cent of their set targets. Kamonyi became second while Bugesera was the third district, countrywide.