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Rwanda to Deploy Drones in Mosquito Breeding Sites to End Malaria

Rwanda to Deploy Drones in Mosquito Breeding Sites to End Malaria

Health Ministry will tomorrow start using drones to end Malaria. Rwanda says it will deploy drones in mosquito breeding parts of the country to spray larvicides in a new move…

Bidding Farewell to January: All Roads Lead to Umuganda

Bidding Farewell to January: All Roads Lead to Umuganda

From parents who spent wisely their December earnings having in mind that January corresponds to the start of academic calendar to entrepreneurs who were focusing on new strategies to recover…

Rwanda Tea Farmers Raise the Bar Higher

Rwanda Tea Farmers Raise the Bar Higher

National Agricultural Export Development Board (NAEB) target collecting $104million from tea revenue exports in the fiscal year 2019-2020, from $84million the fiscal year 2018-2019, meaning an increase of…

A Million Youth Volunteers Targeted for the Fight against Crimes

A Million Youth Volunteers Targeted for the Fight against Crimes

Ange Sonia Umubyeyi, 21, is a fresh secondary school graduate who is waiting for her results from the 2019 national examinations. Instead of staying idle in the last two months…

Rwanda’s Public Schools Adjusting to Single Shift

Rwanda’s Public Schools Adjusting to Single Shift

During this year’s Umushyikirano, or National Dialogue Council President Kagame, who chairs the annual event reiterated the importance of not only access to education for all but quality education…

Rwanda Looks to More Electric Vehicles to Combat Air Pollution

Rwanda Looks to More Electric Vehicles to Combat Air Pollution

Smoggy atmosphere in January? Yes, the air you are breathing could be containing pollutants scientifically known as particulate matter, which include carbon monoxide, sulfur-dioxide, and nitrogen dioxide, among others…

University of Rwanda Blames Delay of Monthly Stipend on Students

University of Rwanda Blames Delay of Monthly Stipend on Students

Jean Claude Mushyimire travelled all the way from Musanze district to start his academic year at the School of Business Studies in Kigali last November on government scholarship. In his…

PM Ngirente In South to Assess 80MW Peat-to-Power Plant Project

PM Ngirente In South to Assess 80MW Peat-to-Power Plant Project

Rwanda’s Prime Minister Dr Edourd Ngirente is in the Southern Province to inspect several development projects, among them a 80MW Peat-to-power plant set to connect rural areas…

From Catholics, Road Safety Campaign Goes to Pentecostal Churches

From Catholics, Road Safety Campaign Goes to Pentecostal Churches

  From the Catholic pulpits, Rwanda National Police (RNP) on Sunday took the road safety campaign dubbed ‘GerayoAmahoro’ to doors of Pentecostal churches across the country. Police officers…

Recently Arrested FLN Spokes Presented to the Media

Recently Arrested FLN Spokes Presented to the Media

The Rwanda Investigation Bureau (RIB) has presented to the media two men who are alleged to be senior leaders of the armed groups operating in the Democratic Republic of Congo…

2000 Diabetes Patients Get Testing Technology

2000 Diabetes Patients Get Testing Technology

Rwanda’s ministry of health has received a donation which include 2000 free style optium Neo glucose meters and 11.7 million free style optium test strips from Abbot as…

Teacher Trainers to Sit Int’l English Standard Test

Teacher Trainers to Sit Int’l English Standard Test

Rwanda Education Board says that the instructors of  teacher training colleges(TTC) will sit for international English standard tests to measure their English language proficiency and quality of skills they…