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Rwandan Diaspora improving families' lives in Rwanda

On Friday October 29,2010 at Ndera Primary School delegates from Diaspora General Directorate and Rwanda Diaspora Global Network handed, on behalf of Austria-Rwanda Society,  different school materials to 51 vulnerable  students attending the school.  The Austria-Rwanda Society support comes following the cooperation agreement introduced in May 2010 during the visit of the society members in Rwanda where they met differen



Chinese envoy bids farewell

 The outgoing Chinese Ambassador to Rwanda, Sun Shuzhong, yesterday paid a courtesy call on President Paul Kagame at Urugwiro Village to bid him farewell after three years  representing his country in Rwanda.   Shuzong, who was appointed in 2007, defined his departure as “emotional”. He will head back to his country to occupy a new job at his country’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs as the coordinator of Chinese Ambass



Diaspora is able to reinforce veterinary research- JEAN HABYARIMANA

The International Organisation for Migration continues its efforts to reinforce national capacities through its MIDA projects in Great Lakes region. For Rwanda, many projects in the fields of health, education and rural development have been carried out and have bought a remarkable contribution  in different ways.   Nowdays, the Institute of Agricultural Sciences and Husbandry (ISAE) based in Busogo, is among the beneficiari



Diaspora gears up for December retreat

  The Diaspora General Directorate (DGD) in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs will commence consultative planning this week in preparation for December’s Diaspora retreat and other Diaspora special events for the year 2010. According to Robert Masozera, the DGD Director General, beginning this week, they intend to meet all stakeholders to set dates and identify venues. “December is a month for the Diaspora and apart from the Nat


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Main Reasons for increasing remittances in Rwanda (1 points)
Increased economic hardship
Increased brain drain
Confidence government policies
Stable exchange rate and price
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