Child Abuse: A violation of Human Rights that Carries Heavy Consequences

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The greatest joy of every mother is certainly giving birth to a live and kicking baby; again, there is nothing more important than the health and happiness of new born baby...

From Warriors to Peace Makers: The Women of ‘NDABAGA’

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During the civil war in Rwanda in 1994, military units on both sides of the conflict included women among their ranks. The number of women in combat was 339. They had...

A Friend in Need : A Mason Freduald Karuhije Saved Lives

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Ntongwe district in Gitarama is a quiet rural area where people farm the land and graze their cattle. But in April 1994, it was a dangerous and hostile place for Tutsis...

Why Telephone Calls are Grave Mistakes When Driving

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It has been noted in recent days that car drivers, riders of motorcycles have a deadly speed when on transit, a habit which contributes to most road accidents in Kigali and...

My Heart is My Prison

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Therese Mukarwego is a friendly, jolly woman who enjoys a good laugh. But life hasn't been kind. Her husband and three children were killed during the genocide. Therese' neighbour Andrea Uwimana...

2015: A Year With Rwanda’s First Lady

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It is July 3, 2015 on a sunny Friday and villagers of Nyanza district are eagerly waiting for First Lady Jeannette Kagame. Women are dressed in colourful traditional outfits (imishanana). Excitement...

With Little Help from Friends: WOMEN FOR WOMEN INTERNATIONAL

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The civil war and genocide which ravaged Rwanda in 1994 left in its wake many orphans and widows Most are poorly educated, and find it hard, if not impossible, to get...

Flood Victims To Get Document Recovery Help

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The recent devastating floods that swept through the Western, Southern, and Northern provinces have left a trail of destruction, affecting thousands of residents who lost their National Identity cards and land...

Rubavu To Build Model Villages for Flood Victims

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Rubavu district has taken a significant step toward assisting families affected by the recent flooding of the River Sebeya by designating three sites encompassing 16 hectares for the construction of model...

Donald Kaberuka condemns violence against women

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The President of the African Development Bank, Donald Kaberuka, has said that violence against women is an issue that concerns everyone and not women alone. Kaberuka made the remarks in his statement...

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