Malnutrition rate in children dropped from 52 per cent in 2015 to 38 per cent presently.
Forest Landscape Restoration Hub for the Eastern and Southern Africa countries was, yesterday, inaugurated in Rwanda during the celebration of International Forests Day.
The Ministry of Natural Resources has joined hands with a non-governmental organisation to mobilise more than Rwf3 billion that is needed to counter threats to natural resources in three sites.
Imagine a country the size of India without power. No electric lights, mobile phones, radios crackling with cricket or televisions blaring Bollywood hits.
The Ministry of Disaster Preparedness and Refugee Affairs (Midmar) has set aside $36.6 million (about Rwf27 billion) toward efforts to cope with effects of El Nino.
Residents in Nyamugari Sector, Kirehe District have appealed for help following a heavy downpour that hit the area three days ago.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has warned that 'mosquito-borne Zika virus' could spread rapidly across the globe to parts of Southeast Asia, sub-Saharan Africa, southern Europe and southern pa
Rwanda Environment Management Authority has called upon citizens to protect and sustainably exploit wetlands because they are a source of valuable natural infrastructure for agriculture, water stor
Africa: South Africa Recognized for Progress in Malaria Fight
Statistics indicate that annual malaria deaths in Africa have decreased from an estimated 764,000 in 2000 to 395,000 in 2015.
Rwanda Red Cross, yesterday, inaugurated a water facility in Gasabo District meant to supply clean water to at least 4,000 vulnerable households in the area.
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