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NEC apprécie le rôle joué par l’IPGL pour les assises de la présidentielle d’août 2017

Le Secrétaire Exécutif de la Commission Electorale Nationale (NEC) Charles Munyaneza loue les efforts de l’Institut Panos Grands Lacs (IPGL) pour les assises de la présidentielle du 04 août 2017.

En direct

Dans le cadre du Projet Infos Grands Lacs qui a débuté en janvier 2015, l'Institut Panos Grands Lacs publie une étude du secteur médiatique au Burundi, au Rwanda et au Sud Kivu

Les dernières productions

  • 09/04/2020
    Rwanda

    The talk show “Urubuga rw'Itangazamakuru” (Club de la Presse) broadcasted this Sunday 05th April 2020 in synergy by ten radios from all regions of the country and a Television (TV Isango star), focused on “Importance of hygiene and sanitation in the initiative to fight COVI-19 »

    In the measures to combat the covid-19 pandemic, all people living in confinement or in a community can continue to respect measures set by the government.

  • 03/04/2020
    Rwanda

    All public and private employees must work from home, as part of more stringent measures to prevent the spread of covid-19

    The Rwandan government announced on Saturday 21st March, 2020 a two-week lockdown in an effort to c avoids the spread of the coronavirus, prohibiting unnecessary movements

  • 26/03/2020
    Rwanda

    Since December 2019, an epidemic called Coronavirus or COVID-19 has propagated from China; currently it is an epidemic which worries the whole planet. Rwanda has registered 41 cases since 14th March 2020.

  • 19/03/2020
    Rwanda

    Since December 2019, an epidemic called Coronavirus or COVID-19 has propagated from China; currently it is an epidemic which worries the whole planet without forgetting that Rwanda declared the first case of this epidemic on Saturday 03/14- 2020.

  • 12/03/2020
    Rwanda

    Narcotic drug trafficking and use of illicit brew and theft cases were among the most common crimes reported in 2019 according to the Rwanda National Police.

    Drug abuse is a growing source of insecurity and conflict in Rwanda. It undermines young people’s personal development and their ability to play an active role in society, and can therefore hinder social cohesion and, in the long run, economic development.