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First Lady Says Rwanda’s Success Built On Reconciliation

Rwanda’s stability and social cohesion is a result of three clear choices: “Staying together; being accountable; and thinking big. This was a statement made by Rwanda’s First Lady Jeannette Kagame on the eve of the National Prayer Breakfast in Washington DC, yesterday February 4, 2016, during the Florida Reception, hosted by Senator Bill Nelso, and […]

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Tips to make your polish last longer

Tips to make your polish last longer

Well who doesn’t want a perfect nails through the week or even have the pedicure/manicure last longer? With these tips, you can actually have your favourite nail polish last more weeks without the weekly visits to the saloon. Never push back dry cuticles. Doing so can crack polish at the base, which leads to chipping bring […]

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Would you really take on natural hair over long curls?

Would you really take on natural hair over long curls?

It is a common adage that a woman’s respect is her hair but why would one want to cut it off despite the knowledge it is her crown? Some will say it is craziness but others a change well desired but really what should one consider before cutting off the hair. Well, having short hair […]

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Kanombe: Women say President Kagame is their hero

Kanombe: Women say President Kagame is their hero

As the country commemorated its heroes for the 22nd time on Monday, women said they raise with high esteem President Paul Kagame on the top list of heroes for his efforts to promote women emancipation. The women say that it’s president Paul Kagame who brought equality  in the country’s political system that saw them also […]

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Breastfeeding campaigns pay off as Rwanda ranked high globally

Breastfeeding campaigns pay off as Rwanda ranked high globally

Rwanda’s efforts to promote breastfeeding among lactating mothers have paid off as the country was ranked highest in breastfeeding worldwide. The World Health Organization-WHO indicated that 85 percent of mothers exclusively breastfeed their babies for the first six months when compared to 1 percent in the United Kingdom. Dr Agnes Binagwaho, The Minister of health […]

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Nyamagabe: Successful journey of a honey vendor

Agnes Mushimiyimana, a resident of Uwinkingi sector in Nyamagabe district said that vending natural honey has led her to sustainable development. She says that selling honey has enabled her pay school fees for her children and taking care of household needs. Being in this business for 10 years, Mushimiyimana buys beehives and harvests honey, which […]

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National Exams Out: Girls Outshine Boys

National Exams Out: Girls Outshine Boys

Girls have outshined boys in Primary Leaving Examination (PLE) during the 2015 National Examination. DivinDushimimanaLionele from Bugesera district came on top of the 32 best candidates in PLE, and he was followed by Audrey Divine of Kicukiro district, scoring the highest rank (excellent with 5 aggregates). This category includes 18 best female students and 14 […]

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Natural Remedies to Dandruff free, shiny hair

Natural Remedies to Dandruff free, shiny hair

For any woman, having a great hair day is the confidence one requires to pass through the day. Some women will take an extra mile, do whatever it takes to have that beautiful, bushy, and silky long hair. But more importantly, having a dandruff free, shiny hair is every woman’s dream. The following are ways […]

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2015: A Year With Rwanda’s First Lady

It is July 3, 2015 on a sunny Friday and villagers of Nyanza district are eagerly waiting for First Lady Jeannette Kagame. Women are dressed in colourful traditional outfits (imishanana). Excitement has captured the crowd. The First Lady finally arrives. Things are happening very fast, and the mood is being felt, but she is exploring […]

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Don’t Risk Trafficking Rwandan Women, Long Jail Sentences Coming

Don’t Risk Trafficking Rwandan Women, Long Jail Sentences Coming

Harsher and severe penalties await anyone caught trafficking a Rwandan citizen, it has been agreed upon during the ongoing National Dialogue in Kigali. At the moment, perpetrators get a sentence of imprisonment ranging between six months and 15 years, combined with a fine ranging from Rwf 500,000 to 20 million. “Punishment against human traffickers is […]

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First Lady Says Rwanda’s Success Built On Reconciliation

Rwanda’s stability and social cohesion is a result of three clear choices: “Staying together; being accountable; and thinking big. This […]

Tips to make your polish last longer

Tips to make your polish last longer

Well who doesn’t want a perfect nails through the week or even have the pedicure/manicure last longer? With these tips, […]

Would you really take on natural hair over long curls?

Would you really take on natural hair over long curls?

It is a common adage that a woman’s respect is her hair but why would one want to cut it […]

Kanombe: Women say President Kagame is their hero

Kanombe: Women say President Kagame is their hero

As the country commemorated its heroes for the 22nd time on Monday, women said they raise with high esteem President […]

Breastfeeding campaigns pay off as Rwanda ranked high globally

Breastfeeding campaigns pay off as Rwanda ranked high globally

Rwanda’s efforts to promote breastfeeding among lactating mothers have paid off as the country was ranked highest in breastfeeding worldwide. […]

Gisagara: Kwiteza imbere babishyize mu nshingano zabo

Gahunda zitandukanye  zifasha abagore kwiteza imbere   Kwiteza imbere abagore babigize inshingano Abagore bo mu karere ka Gisagara bavuga ko […]