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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.
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.
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
The Land Husbandry, Water harvesting and Hillside Irrigation (LWH) project targets to increase agricultural productivity and commercialization on the hillsides of Rwanda. The project uses a modified watershed approach to introduce sustainable land husbandry technologies for soil erosion control for rain-fed agriculture on selected sites, dam construction as well as hillside irrigation for sub-sections of each site. It therefore uses several techniques and technologies in construction and management of land to develop appropriate land husbandry practices for both rain-fed and irrigated areas and provides modern agricultural techniques to increase soil fertility leading to higher production of annual and perennial crops.
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.
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.
Rwanda’s national carrier RwandAir, has finally acquired Airbus 330-200 to expand its flights across Africa, Asia and Europe. According to Rwanda Civil Aviation officials, the aircraft named “Ubumwe” with a capacity of 244 seats ranging from 20 business class, 21 premium and 203 economy class. The jet, nicknamed Ubumwe (unity), is the pride of RwandAir, a dream that has been realised, a dream that opens forth more, bigger dreams, leaving the sky as the limit. RwandAir currently operates a fleet of nine aircraft and is expecting to add four other new planes, including the A330-300. The second Airbus A330-300 is due for delivery in November 2016. Script & Editing: Richard Kwizera Camera: Courtesy
Drink Coffee. Do Good! Learn about The Land of a Thousand Hills (LOTH) Coffee Company and its mission to partner with farmers and local community leaders in Rwanda to develop coffee into a sustainable income, pay a living wage, and strive to further meet people’s basic needs! Land of a Thousand Hills provides coffee that is fairly traded and freshly roasted, and Liquid Church is proud to announce we’re partnering with them in the future. This is the coffee we plan to serve at our Broadcast Campus in Parsippany. This is just another way we can support our brothers and sisters in Rwanda. Ultimately, through the SATUR8TE Vision Campaign, it's our goal to help Rwanda become the first country in Africa with 100% access to clean water! Liquid Church is one of New Jersey's fastest-growing Chri...
Rwanda - land of lost dreams
In the heart of Africa lies a land of contrasts, of tremendous beauty, ancient rainforests, unforgettable experiences, 5 star luxury, economic opportunities, sustained growth, investment potential, solemn memories, warm smilies, rich culture and great tradition. Discover Rwanda.
This was shot during my trip to Cyangugu, Rwanda with Rwanda Trading Company. Look forward to seeing more videos being made. I left out some good pieces from this trip on accident but I went ahead and uploaded what I had made so far. Enjoy! p.s. What we did on this trip was go in person with the people that do business with Rwanda Trading Company and grew our relationships with the people. Along the way we made different stops and gave candy and water bottles to the children off the roads. It was a great experience. The land and the people are so beautiful there is no way to capture all of it. Songs used: Brandon Heath - Give me your eyes Switchfoot - Let that be enough
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
This lovely plots of land is in located Kanombe neighbourhood. It measures about 8200 sqms The total land area for all 11 polts is 8200 sqms http://www.realestate.co.rw/en/real-estate/buy/kv/kicukiro/nyarugunga/bah003c/?sId=1508161355 Agent: JOHN | Tel No: +250783102365 | Email: email@example.com
How a resilient people dedicate themselves to their future as a country and how the Gorillas thrive in this wonderful magical place.