This report shows the results of a nationwide risk assessment aimed to develop a comprehensive disaster risk profile for Rwanda. It covers five major natural hazards prevailing in Rwanda namely; droughts, floods, landslides, earthquakes and windstorms.

Kigali — Rwanda has registered a sharp decline in the number of AIDS-related deaths in the last ten years, according to latest reports released by the Rwandan ministry of health.

Power cuts in 15 Sub-Saharan African countries could become an "exception" rather than a norm in 10 years time, with private capital expected to play an increasingly bigger role, PricewaterhouseCoo

The newly-elected mining committee for the Southern Province has been tasked to adopt environmentally-friendly mining practices and fight illegal operations.

The world Agro-forestry Centre moved to strengthen partnership with natural resources, agriculture and infrastructure ministries in identifying smart agro-forestry systems to help develop 'integrat

As much as 36 per cent of children with HIV have no access to medical care, a joint survey by Rwanda Network of People Living with HIV/AIDS, UNAIDS and Rwanda Biomedical Centre (RBC) shows.

Government will soon start generating energy from rice husks as part of push to absorb greenhouse gases and as a strategy to fight deforestation.

Rwanda is now ahead of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) in the Great Lakes Region in producing major minerals, according to iTSCi, a conflict minerals traceability program.Rwanda produces

This month marked a major conservation milestone for Rwanda. After more than a decade of absence from the country, the King of the Jungle is back.

Three northern districts of Rulindo, Musanze and Nyabihu have received Rwf700m for funding climate change adaptation measures.