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Rwanda to share RWf53bn conservation award

Rwanda is set to benefit from a US$65 million (Approx. Rwf53 billion) from the Wyss Foundation given to African Parks to bolster conservation several countries. The funds will go toward African Parks’ management of Liwonde National Park, Majete Wildlife Reserve and Nkhotakota Wildlife Reserve in Malawi, Akagera National Park in …

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RWANDA: Another look at tourism

Red Rocks to host Seeds of Hope Festival By Joseph Ondiek Rwanda is famous for its compelling tourist attraction, the most conspicuous one being gorilla trekking. And Musanze district in the Northern Province; the most mountainous district comprising the largest part of the Volcanoes National Park, is home of most …

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RWANDA: Iwawa gives back to society

Former street kids turn to helping vulnerable women For many people, the mere mention of its Iwawa Island invokes fear and uncertainty. Fear that you have finally been nabbed by law enforcement officers and you do not know your fate and uncertainty for what’s going to become of you when …

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21 graduate from Mama Rwanda initiative

Group supports vulnerable single mothers Emerance Mukasindambiwe, 30, is now a happy woman. For the last 10 months, she and a group of other 20 single mothers have been undergoing intensive training in sewing and tailoring at the Kacyiru-based Irembo Foundation project called ‘Mama Rwanda’. Their aim is to learn …

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Rwanda to pilot India innovations

Rwanda is to host an India Innovation Growth Programme for the East African region, according to an agreement signed between the two countries on Feb. 20 in Kigali. Under the agreement, the India-Rwanda Innovation Growth Program is being launched to enable India expand ties in science, technology and innovation between …

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RWANDA: Ngonbwa finally convicted for genocide

U.S court bases on Gacaca court findings in Rwanda to end long-running court saga A federal court in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, USA, has sentenced and concluded that a Rwandan refugee living in Cedar Rapids, “actively participated in the Rwandan genocide.” Court officials say Gervais Ngombwa, 56, was a leader of …

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