On Friday, May 13th 2016, two events; distinctly separate but with common strands connecting them, took place in diametrically opposite sides of the globe.
United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) Executive Director and Under Secretary General of the United Nations Dr. Babatunde Osotimehin visited the Rwamagana Health Centre as part of a recent working visit to Rwanda.
The week preceding the International Labour or Workers Day Celebrations on May 1st and a few days after it saw a flurry of forums, workshops and, on a more practical note, job fairs.
Today, Rwanda joins the international community in marking the World Press Freedom Day, which provides an important opportunity for underlining the critical importance of press freedom in particular, but also the broader principles of freedom of expression, in our contemporary society.
Today the second high level policy dialogue on Rwanda’s green growth and climate resilience strategy is being held to review the further progress the country has made towards sustainable green growth and climate resilience and assess the challenges facing it on this path as well as to chart the
On 04 April 2016, the Government of Rwanda with support from WHO and immunization partners made history as the first country in the African Region to introduce bivalent Oral Polio Vaccine (bOPV) in place of the trivalent Oral Polio Vaccine (tOPV) into the schedule of the routine immunization pro
United Nations Resident Coordinator Lamin Manneh has once again underscored that the UN has learnt “painful lessons due to inaction in the face of unfolding evil forces” and stands with the people and government of Rwanda in the fight against Genocide ideology and denial.