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.
Groggy on their paws after waking from tranquillisers, lions have returned to Rwanda for the first time since the endangered animal was wiped out following the country’s 1994 genocide.
Rwanda reintroduced lions, flown in from South Africa, to its Akagera National Park this week after the last indigenous animal was spotted in 2006 and plans to add rhinos within a year as it bids t
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