The Government of Rwanda and the World Bank on Monday signed the first Energy Sector Development Policy Operation (DPO) financing agreement worth US$ 125 Million (approximately Rwf 104 Billion).

On Monday, environment minister, Vincent Biruta and a number of guests launched Rwanda’s first National e-Waste recycling facility located in Bugesera District.

Regional legislators and experts from UN agencies have called for strong collaboration between governments, private sector, civil society and legislature in fighting hunger and malnutrition so as “

The African Development Bank Group (AfDB) approved two loans amounting to $171 million (about Rwf144 billion) to finance Rwanda’s Sustainable Water Supply and Sanitation programme.

Rwanda’s energy rollout efforts received a boost yesterday following the operationalisation of $50 million to catalyse private sector’s investment in off-grid energy solutions.

Rwanda National Police (RNP) has intensified operations against noise pollution to ensure that the law as well as the rights of other people are respected, the police spokesperson, Assistant Commis

The fourth round of the global benefits sharing fund for crops, which will support smallholder farmers to access seeds to adapt to climate change and environmental stresses, has been launched in Ki

Environmentalists from 10 countries are meeting in Kigali for the Nile Basin Development Forum to chart ways of improving cooperation for sustainable development of the Nile Basin.

With effect from 2018, the Government will not buy soya seeds from outside the country and will, by the end of the next year, completely halt importation of wheat.

Copenhagen: Medical drone delivery company Zipline’s joint initiative with the government of Rwanda was on Friday awarded the 2017 Index Award, Body Category, in the Danish capital Copenhagen.

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