September 2023, Enabel, through its Barame project, joined the government of Rwanda
and the rest of the world to celebrate the World Contraception Day under the
Power of options". To mark this day, Rwanda conducted
campaigns around the theme “Build healthy communities and sustainable...
The Africa Smart Cities Investment Summit
(ASCIS) 2023 convened in Kigali from 06-08 September 2023 under the theme:
Leadership for Smart Cities – Investing in
Inclusive and Sustainable Cities of the Future. The summit brought together visionaries,
experts, and industry leaders to discuss the immense...
Rwanda aspires to become a
developed climate-resilience, low- carbon economy by 2050, as stated in the Rwanda National Strategy on Climate
Change and Low Carbon Development. Several objectives were established to
achieve this goal, including social protection,
improved health and disaster risk reduction...
actors supported by PRISM-Enabel participated in the Librramont Agriculture
Trade Fair 2023 in Belgium from 28th to the 31st of July to learn new
technologies and innovations along the pig value chain to improve their
production, quality of pork meat and profitability.
edition of the National Agriculture Show took place from 20th to 29th
July 2023 at Mulindi Agri-show ground in Gasabo District in the City of
Kigali, under the theme: “Transforming Agriculture into a Resilient and
Competitive Sector through Technology, Innovation and Investment”.
The vision of the World Health
Organization (WHO) is a world where every pregnant woman and newborn receive
quality care throughout pregnancy, childbirth, and the postnatal period. New
guidelines were developed in 2016 to respond to the complex nature of the
issues surrounding the Ante Natal Care...
During the delivery the first sign of live birth is a cry, the baby cries because air enters her lungs which then start to work. A healthy baby will continue to breath normally by her own without any other support. Although there might be other things to be observed during the first 10 minutes of life...
April 2023 - A new MSc programme
in Biotechnology was launched today in Rwanda to ensure sustainable local
production and improved access to quality-assured vaccines, medicines and health
technologies in Africa.
agenda vision 2050, the Government of Rwanda sets a pathway...
Today, Rwanda is striving to build
resiliency to Climate change through increasing and maintaining achieved forest
cover of 30.4% and promotion of sustainable forest management with ensured impact to climate change effects and provision of forest goods and services for
Kigali – 22 March, 2023 - The
Ministry of Agriculture and Animal Resources (MINAGRI) jointly with the
European Union, the Luxembourg Development Cooperation Agency (LuxDev) and the
Belgian development agency (Enabel) launched the "KWIHAZA" project supporting Transformation
livestock programme aims at empowering poultry and pig farmers to transition
to commercial-oriented livestock farming by improving animal husbandry
practices and business management skills to increase productivity, profitability,
and job creation.
Enabel through Access to quality vaccines, medicines, and
health technology in Rwanda – KWIGIRA Project, funded by the European Union has an objective to ensure
access to quality vaccines, medicines and health technology in Rwanda by
assisting Rwanda Foods and Drugs Authority (FDA) to protect...
Many African countries, including
Rwanda, face a growing waste management challenge due to economic growth,
increasing population and rising urbanisation. According to Rwanda National circular economy - Action plan and roadmap by
the Ministry of Environment (MOE) and UNDP, in Rwanda, solid waste ...
East Africa holds sources of existing
inspiring projects, with approaches that develop the local potentials, that are
co-created and co-owned by the local communities, use locally available labor, materials,
and technologies.From 15-16 February 2023, a Community Based Processes Forum
Client-centered communication and active listening are
very important when working with people who are directly affected by any form
of gender-based violence.
Rwandans who are affected by domestic violence,
specifically women and children victims of sexual assault, need psycho-social,