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Rwanda moves to hit tourism target

In July 2014, the Rwanda Development Board (RDB), in a press release titled “Rwanda gears up for surge in tourism demand” announced an $860-million tourism income target by 2017. Even though the jury is still out regarding this then ambitious target, Rwanda’s tourism industry is clearly more boisterous today. It …

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Rwanda listed among top destinations of 2017

Renowned American travel writer, speaker, and humourist Spud Hilton has listed Rwanda among the places he would recommend for tourist in 2017. Hilton, who is the Travel Editor of the San Francisco Chronicle, listed Rwanda together with South Korea, Oman, Mozambique, Wales, and Japan. The San Francisco Chronicle is one …

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Indi-Rwanda partnership

Rwandair, Agriculture, Energy, Defense to benefit Rwanda President Paul Kagame while on a visit to India invited Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Jan.10 to work out collaboration on exploring the methane reserves in his country. India which is in the midst of an energy quest, according to news reports there, …

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RWANDA: Hope at `City of Joy’

American couple gives vulnerable children a chance to attend school It is 8am on a chilly Monday morning and assembly time at City of Joy, a private school for vulnerable children located in Gatagara in Nyanza town in the Southern Province of Rwanda. The pupils listen with attentive ears as …

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Rwanda’s Twa challenge

Historically Marginalised People want more from the government Joseph Ngizwenimana is from the Rubavu district of Rwanda. He belongs to the Batwa community which is considered among the Marginalised People of Rwanda. Recently, Ngizwenimana is one of several Twa people asking the government to initiate affirmative action programmes for the …

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Big meetings drive hotel boom in Kigali

Hospitality, services hedge against unreliable commodity markets In the past few years, Rwanda has risen to become among the leading foreign direct investment (FDI) destinations in the Great Lakes, and even beyond. This is particularly true when one considers a number of the biggest international hotel chains which have recently …

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