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The Government of Rwanda evacuated 44 Diaspora members from Egypt

In the evening of Saturday February 5, 20211 at 7:17 Pm (local time), a team of 44 Rwandans from Cairo arrived at Kigali International Airport by Rwandair.Arriving in Kigali, it seemed it was a dream to be back in their motherland safely evacuated by the Government of Rwanda which planned  and implemented the operation without any request from them.  On behalf of the government, the Minister for Foreign Affairs, Louise Mushikiw

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Living outside Rwanda but so attached to Rwanda

  Following a long lasting request from the Rwandan Diaspora members in India, about 500 Rwandan students in India  are participating in a five day “Itorero”  that will be full of merry making, fun, exciting and educative dialogue involving a wide range of topics mostly on Rwanda.   Apart from Isonga, this special program is the second ITORERO  organised outside Rwanda and it is taking place in South India and since F

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BRALIRWA supports ‘Bye Bye Nyakatsi’ project

On Friday January 28, 2011 the Rwanda beverage manufacturer (BRALIRWA) handed over Rwf21m to the Rwanda Diaspora Global Network (RDGN) to support the Bye Bye Nyakatsi project aiming to eradicate grass thatched house in Bugesera, the  project initiated by Rwandans living in the Diaspora   The agreement has been signed by the Managing Director of BRALIRWA, Sven Piederiet, the representatives  of RDGN and  Robert Masozera

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RWANDANS' GOOD LIFE IS OUR FIRST CONCERN- KAGAME

  On Manday, January 24/01/2011 a new  hospital has been launched in Butaro, Burera District by H.E the  President of the Republic Paul Kagame accompanied by First Lady Jeannette Kagame and different Government members.   The launched hospital accomodates 152-bed hospital and boasts of modern medical equipment, ultra-modern buildings and modern ICT facilities was built at a cost of Rwf.3.35bn in a partnership bringing to

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