Monthly Archives: March 2010

16th Genocide Commemoration Program-UK

 16th Genocide Commemoration Program (UK) 26th March, 2010 The Rwandan Community in the United Kingdom and friends of Rwanda will this April join fellow Rwandans and friends of Rwanda worldwide to commemorate the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda. This year, the commemoration will highlight the challenges of managing trauma resulting from the tragic […]

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Vacancy at Plan International-Rwanda

Country  Director, Rwanda   Region:  Rwanda Location:  Kigali Reports To:  Regional Director Position Type:  Contract Duration:  1 year with possibility of extension   Closing Date:  2nd April 2010 To apply, please send your CV and a covering letter to cathy.hughesman@plan-international.org PURPOSE: The role of Country Director in Rwanda is to lead, direct, manage and develop […]

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Diaspora to award best performers

By Charles Kwizera KIGALI – Rwandans living in US and Canada are set to recognize outstanding Rwandans and friends of Rwanda who have played a significant role in the development of their country. The awards have been organised by the Rwanda Convention Association (RCA), brings together Rwandans living in North America. In an exclusive interview […]

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Myths on Rwandan Media

By Louise Mushikiwabo Posted: March 24, 2010 12:10 PM Huffington Post                         Myths on Rwandan Media A free press and the free flow of information are essential to Rwanda’s vision of a country of empowered citizens, in a dynamic knowledge economy. In Rwanda we are fortunate to have a vibrant radio industry; 19 […]

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Rwanda’s flag raised at the Commonwealth

By Edmund Kagire LONDON – Yesterday, Rwanda’s flag was raised at Marlborough House, the headquarters of the Commonwealth, in London, in a ceremony to officially welcome the country as the 54th member. President Paul Kagame, who attended the ceremony, expressed Rwanda’s readiness to take advantage of existing opportunities that include trade, education and culture. Addressing a […]

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