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Midwives, Nurses Pay Health Insurance for 1000 People

Midwives, Nurses Pay Health Insurance for 1000 People

On May 12, the members of Rwanda nurses and midwives union spared sometimes without forgetting their usual duty and met the community they serve constantly to interact. On the occasion…

Your Child Who Turned Five Can Learn Public Speaking

Your Child Who Turned Five Can Learn Public Speaking

Voice Masters Africa, a private company that teaches public speaking skills, is launching the first public speaking conference with little children’s programmer to groom the next generation of motivational…

Photos: Leaders Take Note of Citizens’ Concerns

Photos: Leaders Take Note of Citizens’ Concerns

Central and local government leaders are this week going through an accountability test during the head state citizen outreach. On May 8, the president started his tour of the country…

Rwanda Military Hospital Provides Free Medication to People With Albinism

Rwanda Military Hospital Provides Free Medication to People With Albinism

Rwanda Military Hospital has kicked off  a campaign to screen and freely treat impaired vision (blindness) and skin cancer for people with albinism. Skin cancer to people with albinism-medically…

Ringing Alarm Bells: 9 out of 10 Disabled Children Have No Access to Education

Ringing Alarm Bells: 9 out of 10 Disabled Children Have No Access to Education

A minute-long bell rang at a breath-taking hill in Rusiga sector of Rulindo district in Northern Rwanda. The hill is home to Groupe Scolaire Rukinga – an inclusive primary…

Send Us Back To School – Teen Mothers

Send Us Back To School – Teen Mothers

It was a jovial mood in Burera district in northern Rwanda as 90 women who were prematurely impregnated while in school, announced their return. The district has suffered massive number…

Kagame Sends Third Cow to His Granny from the South

Kagame Sends Third Cow to His Granny from the South

Rachel Nyiramandwa, 109 years old woman was all smiles yesterday when a messenger from President Paul Kagame went to her home in Ngiryi, Gasaka sector of Nyamagabe with a cow…

Women’s Day: Rwandan Women Defying the Odds

Women’s Day: Rwandan Women Defying the Odds

It’s the International Women’s day. In Rwanda, women enjoyed the company of their male counter parts – husbands, brothers, friends, workmates, bosses and others to celebrate…

Building a Dream Home: Could You Do It Without a Mortgage Loan?  

Building a Dream Home: Could You Do It Without a Mortgage Loan?  

Ten years ago, the world almost turned dark. It was hit by a financial crisis – the worst since the world’s Great Depression of 1929. At the time, people especially…

25 Years after Genocide: Elderly Genocide Survivors Can Now Smile

25 Years after Genocide: Elderly Genocide Survivors Can Now Smile

Hundreds of youth from Kigali on Saturday boarded buses to Huye and Nyanza districts of Southern province and Bugesera district in Eastern province for a study tour at living museums…

Are Rwandan Teachers Getting Richer?

Are Rwandan Teachers Getting Richer?

On Monday, January 28, a cabinet meeting chaired by President Paul Kagame approved a 10% increase for teachers’ salaries. Those to benefit from an upward shift in monthly earnings are…

What You Need to Learn About Chinese Food Festival

What You Need to Learn About Chinese Food Festival

As the Chinese New Year 2019 knocks on the door, Chinese people living in Rwanda have welcomed it by sharing symbolic festival food with friends. Chinese festival food include dumpling…