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The Covid-19 pandemic threatens to derail progress made towards ending gender-based violence (GBV) that especially women experience in Rwanda and across the world, the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) says.

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The East African Community (EAC) is likely to see a sharp decline in Foreign Direct Investments (FDIs) this year owing to the current Covid-19 pandemic that continues to ravage economies across the globe.

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Rwandan researchers have found the prevalence of erectile dysfunction in male patients with diabetes mellitus (DM). Erectile dysfunction is the inability to develop or maintain an erection of the penis during sexual activity, and it is the third most common complication of diabetes mellitus for men.

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Sardines, locally referred to as ‘saradin’ are small fish packed with nutrients and less calories. Apart from being budget-friendly, sardines are rich in proteins and a whole lot of essential vitamins, according to nutritionists.

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ABUJA – Last month, the African Union launched the Africa Medical Supplies Platform to facilitate the production and provision of vital medical equipment – the latest achievement in an already impressive response to the COVID-19 crisis.

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In 2019, plans to establish Kigali International Financial Centre picked up pace and a formal launch had been scheduled to take place on the sidelines of the Commonwealth Heads of State and Government Meeting.

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APR has tasked newly contracted head coach Adil Erradi with a daring task to guide the team to the lustrous group stage of the CAF Champions League, a level no Rwandan side has ever achieved in the continent’s premier club competition.

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The local taekwondo federation (RTF) has received equipment worth Rwf20 million from the Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Rwanda. Boniface Mbonigaba, the RTF Secretary-General, confirmed the development to Times Sport on Sunday.

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The 15th edition of the annual agriculture exhibition that was scheduled to take place at the agriculture exhibition showground at Mulindi, Gasabo District this year has been postponed owing to the Covid-19 pandemic.

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Be good to your skin, it is a garment you will wear for the rest of your life”, Renée Rouleau, a French celebrity, aesthetician and trusted skincare expert once said.

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Last week, youth from different districts across the country were trained on capacity building in nutrition. The training, which was organised by Global Financing Facility (GFF), Rwanda Civil Society Coalition, in partnership with Sun Alliance—a coalition of civil society organisations under the Scaling up Nutrition—aimed to increase young people’s knowledge on nutrition and advocacy so that they can act as advocates back in their communities.

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Wrinkles are the lines and creases that form in the skin. Some wrinkles can become deep crevices or lines and may be especially observable around the eyes, mouth and neck.

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The Covid-19 pandemic threatens to derail progress made towards ending gender-based violence (GBV) that especially women experience in Rwanda and across the world, the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) says.

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Rwandans in Kenya on Saturday, July 12 hailed the 26th Anniversary of Rwanda’s Liberation. The event was held virtually to align with Covid-19 preventive measures that among others discourage large gatherings, and was attended by the diplomatic community in Kenya, friends of Rwanda and the Rwandan community.

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Rwanda has recorded the 4th death from Covid-19 on Saturday July 11. The deceased, according to the Ministry of Health is a 78 year old man.

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Rwanda football legend Jimmy Mulisa has been shortlisted for the Technical Director role at the soon to be launched PSG Academy in the country.

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As survivors mark the 25th anniversary of the Srebrenica massacre during the Genocide in Bosnia, in Rwanda we are celebrating the end of the Genocide against the Tutsi that took place a year earlier.

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Next month, engineers will embark on works to construct different dams in Rubavu District so as to curtail severe floods that are caused by the Sebeya River.

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President Paul Kagame has spoken out on trade and cross border cargo movement that Rwanda is currently experiencing noting Rwanda’s readiness to engage neighbours in search of a solution.

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Rwanda on Friday, July 10, confirmed 42 new Covid-19 cases, of which 17 were identified from a detention center in Nyabihu. The rest of the cases included 16 returnees and tests of high risk groups in Kigali, five new cases in Rusizi district and four from Nyamagabe.

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The Global blockchain Association (GBA) has entered a 5-year partnership with Africa Blockchain Institute currently operating in Rwanda. The deal aims to roll up ground for the emerging technology behind the Bitcoin network.

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The new coronavirus pandemic was confirmed in Rwanda in March and the government moved fast to impose a lockdown as part of the measures to curb the spread of the virus.

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The Coronavirus and protective measures have now become part of very many people’s lives all over the world. The way a country deals with its spread also informs its predictability and containment.

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Where I come from, my people have a saying that even the strongest brave is felled to the ground by a maize cob.

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