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ICF is working with the Government of Rwanda to build on the gains made by the #Rwanda #Investment Climate Project and further reduce the procedures, time and cost of land transfers in Rwanda. The project will integrate legal and spatial land information into one database and operationalize the Rwanda Natural Resources Authority’s Land Administration Information System in all districts in Rwanda. Links will also be created with the City of Kigali for construction permits and the Office of the Registrar General for mortgage registration. The project is expected to reduce the number of procedures required to transfer land from 7 procedures to 3, and the number of days needed to transfer land from 7 days to 2.
August 2002 During 100 days in 1994, a million Tutsis were brutally rounded up and massacred by their Hutu friends and neighbours. Over 6,000 'genocidaires' have been tried in court. 100 000 are still waiting. Now the Rwandan Government has revived an old tradition to help expedite justice.
For most travellers, trekking the Gorillas ranks among one of the absolute highlights of a trip to Rwanda, and the spine-tingling feeling that you get being so near to one of our closest relatives is hard to describe. Mountain Gorillas are one of the world's most endangered apes and it is estimated that there are only 720 (approximately) left throughout the world. Almost half of these can be found in Uganda, as well as populations in Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of Congo. Visit http://www.africansafaris.co.nz to book your Gorilla trek.
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Rwanda is a land of remarkable beauty with vast lakes, ancient rainforests, majestic wildlife and welcoming people. Come and visit Rwanda to experience Africa at its best in the land of a thousand hills. Visit www.rwandatourism.com to book your next travel adventure.
“The land of a Thousand Hills,” Rwanda is a green undulating landscape of hills, gardens and tea plantations. It offers tourists a one of a kind journey — home to one third of the world remaining Mountain Gorillas, one third of Africa’s bird’s species, several species of primates, volcanoes, game reserve, resorts and islands on the expansive lake Kivu, graceful dancers, artistic crafts and friendly people. Rwanda is a thriving, safe country with one of the lowest crime rates in Africa. All major attractions are located within 1-5 hour drive from the capital, Kigali. In a short holiday, a tourist can reach volcanoes, rainforests, savannah, lakes and the beautiful city of Kigali. Located in the heart of Central and East Africa with easy access to bordering countries of Uganda, Tanzania, B...
This film tells the stories of Mary and Rhamadan, two people in Rwanda whose lives have been improved thanks to DFID support. Mary lost her husband, three of her children and the land they used to farm in the 1994 genocide. She recently had her land rights formally restored and recognised - thanks to a DFID-funded programme which uses discussion, consensus and satellite mapping to settle issues which, in the past, might have erupted into bloodshed. To find out more about how DFID is helping in Rwanda, please visit: http://www.dfid.gov.uk/fightingpoverty/rwanda-genocide.asp
Rwanda culture, presentation
Hey guys, This is Jaz. I have been in Rwanda for 2 weeks and just learned so much from this amazing country! Love to share top 5 surprises about living in Rwanda. This video is dedicated to Patrick, my Rwandan friend at Ashesi, who inspired me to visit the land of a thousand hills by his passionate love for Rwanda. Let's be friends, subscribe to my channel and stay in touch! Let me know which one really surprise you about Rwanda ;). Lots of love, Jaz
How a resilient people dedicate themselves to their future as a country and how the Gorillas thrive in this wonderful magical place.
Rwanda Land management and use Authority was established in February 2017 with different mandates. In this show we got an in-depth understanding of this from its Director and specialists from the ministry of Lands and Forestry. We also talk about decorating your home without nailing the walls and the MECCA CLOCK TOWER
Rwanda - land of lost dreams
Trave kigali smart city, you will find it is lovely city with incredible peoples
It is time for yet another instalment of the series, daring abroad by our special correspondent Alex Chamwada. This time round he reports from Rwanda where Kenyans have gone into farming big time, and some have even bought the land they are farming on. Watch KTN Live http://www.ktnkenya.tv/live Follow us on http://www.twitter.com/ktnkenya Like us on http://www.facebook.com/ktnkenya
Rwanda’s geographical nature presents a challenge for the country’s 85% of the population, which practices farming. So what does a country as hilly as Rwanda do to lift its population out of poverty and focus on a commercial type of Agriculture? Sheila Nduhukire tells you how. For more news visit http://www.ntv.co.ug Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/ntvuganda Like our Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/NTVUganda
Rwanda is hoping to diversify its agriculture and increase the value of exports by getting into the lucrative global market for essential oils.
A poetic documentary produced by Nathan Isings