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Rwanda: Why Development Is Not Enough

OWP 02 Oct 2022
Infrastructure and health improvement has also been a priority in Rwanda, with the percentage of roads considered to be in good condition rising from 11% to 52% from 2006 to 2009 and with 4,000 deliveries of blood and medicine to rural areas between 2016 and 2018 made by Zipline drones, according to Zipline’s founder.
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Paul Farmer’s Vision for the Role of Universities in Global Health Lives On

The Harvard Crimson 30 Sep 2022
... themselves to improving the health of their fellow citizens.” Turning these stirring words into bold action, Paul spearheaded the founding of the University of Global Health Equity in Rwanda in 2014, which has since emerged as a major force in the field in the Global South.
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Africa and partners vow to end AIDS

New Business Ethiopia 28 Sep 2022
African governments were represented by Ministers of Health from Botswana, Côte d’Ivoire, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Eswatini, Malawi, Rwanda and South Africa, and the Director of Public Health from Nigeria, speaking on behalf of H.E ... Minister of Health of Rwanda.
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Rwanda Tightens Measures As Uganda Reports More Ebola Cases

All Africa 28 Sep 2022
The Ministry of Health has announced fresh measures to prevent Ebola virus from spilling over to Rwanda following recent cases reported in the neighbouring Uganda ....
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Kabuga Trial to Start Amid Defence Conflict

All Africa 27 Sep 2022
The trial is threatened by the 89-year-old's frail health and the court seems mired in ...
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Rwanda genocide ‘financier’ trial to open in The Hague

Arab News 25 Sep 2022
Once one of Rwanda’s richest men, prosecutors say the octogenarian allegedly helped set up hate media that urged ethnic Hutus to “kill Tutsi cockroaches” and funded militia groups in 1994 ... The UN says 800,000 people were murdered in Rwanda in 1994 in a 100-day rampage that shocked the world.
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Rwanda genocide ‘financier’ faces trial

Manila Standard 25 Sep 2022
Once one of Rwanda’s richest men, prosecutors say the octogenarian allegedly helped set up hate media that urged ethnic Hutus to “kill Tutsi cockroaches” and funded militia groups in 1994 ... The UN says 800,000 people were murdered in Rwanda in 1994 in a 100-day rampage that shocked the world.
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Rwanda genocide 'financier' trial to open in The Hague

Urdu Point 25 Sep 2022
Once one of Rwanda's richest men, prosecutors say the octogenarian allegedly helped set up hate media that urged ethnic Hutus to "kill Tutsi cockroaches" and funded militia groups in 1994 ... - Swift trial wanted - The UN says 800,000 people were murdered in Rwanda in 1994 in a 100-day rampage that shocked the world.
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Rwanda strengthens preventive measures amid Ebola outbreak in neighboring Uganda

Xinhua 23 Sep 2022
"Both the ministries of health in Uganda and in Rwanda are working together to strengthen preventive measures at the land borders, at the airport, and internally," Rwanda's Health Minister Daniel Ngamije said in the statement ... Rwanda has vaccinated more than 200,000 people against ...
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Gates Foundation announces $1.27 billion aid to fight poverty, climate change

Hindustan Times 22 Sep 2022
A USD 50 million would be for partners in the Health Scholarship Fund to attend the University of Global Health Equity (UGHE) in Rwanda, it said ... to attend UGHE and help accelerate efforts to increase the number of health care workers in Rwanda and around the world," it added.
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Gates Foundation Announces $1.27 Billion in Health and Development Commitments to Advance Progress Toward the ...

Yahoo Daily News 22 Sep 2022
$50 million to Partners in Health Scholarship Fund to attend the University of Global Health Equity (UGHE) in Rwanda ... The scholarship fund will support students, 75% of whom are women, to attend UGHE and help accelerate efforts to increase the number of health care workers in Rwanda and around the world.
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The Gates Foundation Commits $1.27 Billion to Global Health and Development Goals

Barrons 22 Sep 2022
Elsewhere, US$200 million will go toward building digital infrastructure in low- and middle-income countries; US$100 million will help alleviate the food crises in Africa and South Asia; and US$50 million for a health scholarship fund in Rwanda.
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One Health in action: Rabies training brings together human and animal health professionals in Côte d’Ivoire

World Health Organization 22 Sep 2022
In a consolidated effort, multiple partners1 have set up a comprehensive rabies course including an intensive 11-day program in Côte d’Ivoire, bringing together 25 animal and human public health professionals from Burkina Faso, Côte d’Ivoire, Mali, Niger, Rwanda, Senegal, Chad, and Togo.
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Can architecture build values, too?

The Philadelphia Tribune 16 Sep 2022
gesera, Rwanda) ... The 69-building campus of the Rwanda Institute for Conservation Agriculture, designed with farm plots used for teaching, will train Rwanda’s next generation of leaders in ecologically informed agricultural practices that encourage soil health, minimize water use and lead to sustained improvements in crop production.
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HAPPY NEW YEAR FROM RWANDA WITH LOVE

Capital Ethiopia 11 Sep 2022
Gradian’s thirty plus energetic visionary, has earned the trust of the Rwanda health community who are beneficiaries of medical equipment, extensive bio-medical engineer training and a simulation lab at the University of Rwanda.

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