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PSF, Malta Chamber of Commerce Sign MOU to Promote Trade and Investment

PSF, Malta Chamber of Commerce Sign MOU to Promote Trade and Investment

The Private Sector Federation has penned down a new cooperative agreement with the Malta Chamber of Commerce, Enterprise and Industry to promote investments within the two countries. The new agreement…

Meet the Investors Who Are Reaping Big in Horticulture

Meet the Investors Who Are Reaping Big in Horticulture

Hildebrand Ikirumugabo 30, is a tree tomato farmer in Cyabararika cell, Muhoza sector Musanze district who has been in the business for seven years now.  He graduated in agro-veterinary…

WTTC “Safe Travels” Stamps Mean Rwanda is Ready for Tourists – Clare Akamanzi

WTTC “Safe Travels” Stamps Mean Rwanda is Ready for Tourists – Clare Akamanzi

Rwanda has welcomed an endorsement by the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC), which put the country among the countries which are safe to travel to, as economies around the…

Professional Farmers Invent A Formula to Bring the Youth On Board

Professional Farmers Invent A Formula to Bring the Youth On Board

On March 13th, the minister of agriculture informed parliament that despite the 14% growth of the sector, the agriculture sector is not moving at a fast speed as expected because…

COVID: Rwanda Lost Rwf79bn Due to Suspension of 70 Major Meetings

COVID: Rwanda Lost Rwf79bn Due to Suspension of 70 Major Meetings

Rwanda has lost Rwf 79 billion due to 70 meetings that were suspended as the country fights COVID-19, Prime Minister Dr. Edouard Ngirente told the Rwanda Parliament on Tuesday…

Horticulture Sub Sector Recovering But Covid-19 Negative Impact Still Felt

Horticulture Sub Sector Recovering But Covid-19 Negative Impact Still Felt

Rwandan fruit farmers are anticipating a buffer produce this season but have expressed concerns of lack of markets for their products as a result of impact of coronavirus on the…

Coffee Farmers Focus on Sustainability after NAEB-PRICE Project

Coffee Farmers Focus on Sustainability after NAEB-PRICE Project

Rwanda Coffee farmer’s federation has secured Rwf60 million in funding to purchase internationally accepted coffee packaging bags that will enable them to leverage coffee export on global markets. The…

Who is Who in Community Based Health Insurance Contribution?

Who is Who in Community Based Health Insurance Contribution?

Since the establishment of the Community Based Health Insurance (CBHI) program in 2003, the Government has been injecting funds to cover health citizen’s healthcare bills by 90% and recipients…

Rwanda Among Post Covid-19 Resilient Countries – Report

Rwanda Among Post Covid-19 Resilient Countries – Report

Two credible economic reports have shown that Rwanda is among the few African countries that will manage to recover quickly from  the economic impact of the coronavirus crisis. A supplement…

Rwanda and Crested Cranes, A Fatal Attraction

Rwanda and Crested Cranes, A Fatal Attraction

The Grey Crowned Cranes were a totemic symbol in Rwandan culture. The birds were adapted, respected, and believed to be an emblem of some of the biggest clans with significant…

What’s False and What’s True on  China-related Human Rights Matters

What’s False and What’s True on China-related Human Rights Matters

Full of ignorance of and bias against China, some people from the US and other Western countries have recently made groundless accusations against and disseminated many fallacies about China’s…

Parliament Summons Minister of Finance Over Health Insurance Arrears 

Parliament Summons Minister of Finance Over Health Insurance Arrears 

The minister of finance will this afternoon appear before the parliament to verbally explain delays payments and in disbursement of funds which has affected the performance of districts budget plans…