The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) has launched a new project intended to accelerate poverty fight among Rwanda’s vulnerable families in four districts of the country.
The Rusumo Hydropower Project upon completion is expected to benefit over 500,000 households in Rwanda, Burundi and Tanzania, according to officials.
The regional Rusumo Falls Hydro-Electric Project is set to commence construction tomorrow at the Rusumo site on the Kagera River in Tanzania.
At least Rwf1 billion has been paid to over 5,500 people bordering national parks whose crops were damaged by wild animals.
The Ministry of Natural Resources has launched a rehabilitation plan for some 138,452 hectares of upper Nyabarongo River catchment area.
A NEW information and communication technology-leaning project has been rolled out in the framework of improving the resilience of smallholder farmers in the country.
A new continental report has ranked Rwanda third on the continent as far as science, technology and innovation (STI) capacity is concerned.
THERE is an international movement toward plastic bags ban since their negative effects on the environment has been proved in numerous studies worldwide.
Rwanda should be able to fully provide own seeds for farming by 2020, according to the Rwanda Agriculture Board (RAB).
A five-year project to improve food security and small-holder farmers’ livelihoods in Ethiopia, Rwanda and Uganda has been launched by the World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF) in Kigali.
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