Abagore biyemeje kugira uruhare mu kwimakaza ubunyarwanda

Abagore batandukanye bahagarariye abandi bemeza ko bumvise neza gahunda ya Ndi umunyarwanda kandi bakaba bagiye kugira uruhare rugaragara ngo iyi gahunda igere kandi yumvwe na buri muturarwanda. Ibi abagore bahagarariye Inama y’Igihugu y’Abagore kuva ku rwego rw’umudugudu kugera ku murenge babitangaje nyuma yuko bigishijwe iyi gahunda muri gahunda y’Inama y’Igihugu y’Abagore yagenewe abagore...
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Rwandans called to act together to prevent to GBV and Child Abuse

“We say zero tolerance to Gender Based Violence and child abuse,” honourable minister of Gender and Family Promotion (MIGEPROF), Oda Gasinzigwa, said at the launch of the anti-GBV and child abuse campaign, held on the 25th of August, 2014, in Musanze district. Minister Gasinzigwa called on all Rwandans, not only to play their part in fighting against this phenomenon but to assist the National...
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Chief Budget Managers call for more support in ensuring Gender Responsive Budgets

Director Generals and Secretary Generals from all government institutions called for more support in developing gender sensitive budgets during a workshop jointly organised by the Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning (MINECOFIN) and the Ministry of Gender and Family Promotion (MIGEPROF). The workshop, held on the 22nd August, 2014, at Gorilla Hotel in Musanze, is the second training...
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575 beneficiaries of the AGI training program graduate

Five hundred and seventy five trainees, under the Adolescent Girls initiative (AGI), graduated on the 20th August, 2014, in the first ever graduation ceremony from the initiative, in Shyorongi, Rulindo Districts. The girls were part of the first cohort of the AGI project that enables (...) Read more

Youth in human rights learning program visit MIGEPROF

“You are the voice of peace,” Umulisa Henriette, Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Gender and Family Promotion (MIGEPROF), told visiting youth on the 19th August, 2014, encouraging them to persist in their effort to promote peace. The group of 26 young men and women from the United States, (...) Read more

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