“It’s important to be aware of what’s going on in the world and to think about how you can start to make a difference, even when you’re a kid.”
Rwanda is the first country in the world where women outnumber men in parliament, with women occupying 45 out of 80 s
Seventeen years ago last Sunday, the Rwandan genocide came to a bloody end.
What do driving, voting, wearing pants, and protesting have in common?
The latest UN Women report released on Wednesday, in New York, once again positions Rwanda as the country with the hi
The latest UN Women report released yesterday in New York, once again, positions Rwanda as the country with the highe
Rwanda National Police (RNP) will begin conducting special training for female police officers to promote women parti
A report released by the Gender Monitoring Office, shows that women massively participated in the just concluded loca
Women leaders in Kigali City have been urged to participate in the forthcoming local leaders' elections.
Over 400 women from Gahini Sector, Kayonza District, yesterday, completed at wo-day training on poverty eradication a
An "incoherent" clause in the draft bill that will determine the structure, mission and functions of the Na
The president of the National Women Council (NWC), Dr.
The National Electoral Commission (NEC) has released tentative figures of registered voters who will cast their votes