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Rwanda | Ngororero: women urged to be informed about their country

women urged to be informed about their country

Lack of information on what is happening in the country especially knowing laws that govern and protect women is one of the limitations to women in Muhororo sector in Ngororero district towards development programs.  Residents seeking some services at Muhororo Sector Offices in Ngororero District Dative Uwamwiza the executive secretary in the National Women Council […]

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Muhororo: Abagore biyemeje kujya bakurikirana amakuru

Kutamenya amakuru ajyanye n’igihugu ndetse n’ibindi bikorwa ngo ni kimwe mubikidindije abagore bo mu murenge wa Muhororo ho mu karere ka Ngororero muri gahunda y’iterambere. Abagore bo muri uwo murenge bemeza ko kutamenya amakuru ari inzitizi kubintu byinshi bitandukanye maze rimwe na rimwe bagasigara inyuma cyangwa bagasiragira munzego z’ubuyobozi bashaka ibintu batari buhabone kandi bagombye […]

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Burera: Women in poverty eradication drive

   For the last 20 years, Esperance Nyiramahoro, 34, had tried every job but without much luck in overcoming poverty. […]

The tale of a sexually abused Woman

The tale of a sexually abused Woman

Leonille Mukeshima is a resident of Gihundwe cell, Kamembe sector in Rusizi district who went through both physical and psychological […]

Rwanda best place for women in Africa

Rwanda best place for women in Africa

  According to the World Economic Forum (WEF) gender gap report released yesterday, Rwanda is the best country to live […]

Burera: Hatangirijwe gahunda ya “Inshuti Mu Kwigira”

Burera: Hatangirijwe gahunda ya “Inshuti Mu Kwigira”

Inama y’igihugu y’abagore (CNF) yatangije gahunda yitwa “Inshuti Mu Kwigira” igamije gukura mu bukene abagore batishoboye nabo bakazamuka bakaba babasha […]

Kamonyi: Bamwe bagore bagaragaje ko bagifite imbogamizi zo kwiteza imbere

Ubwo bizihizaga umunsi w’umugore wo mu cyaro tariki 25/10/2014, nyuma y’umuganda usoza ukwezi k’Ukwakira, abagore bo mu murenge wa Rugarika […]

Women in the construction sector

Despite that women have made it in some occupations traditionally occupied by men, the construction sector remains overwhelmingly male dominated. […]