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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

  • 10/10/2021

    In the last few years, students have been consistently continuing to the next class regardless of their performance.

     The results released on Monday  4th October  2021, by the Ministry of Education shows that more than 44,100 pupils (17 percent of those who sat for the primary leaving exams) and more than 16,400 students (13.6 per cent of total students in ordinary level) performed poorly in the exams and will have to repeat their classes.

  • 03/10/2021

    In 2013, a law was passed to regulate the organization and functioning of cemeteries in Rwanda

    Parliamentary Commission on Social Welfare had been analyzing the law for several days and was in talks with the authorities on the implementation of the law on the organization and functioning of cemeteries, in order to determine whether it would help to answer the questions that led to its establishment.

  • 26/09/2021

     In 2015, the Rwanda Governance Board (RGB) launched the Rwanda Governance Score Card (RGS). The RGS is a tool used by the Government of Rwanda to measure the governance performance using eight indicators namely: rule of Law, political rights and civil liberties, participation and inclusiveness, safety and security, investing in human and social development, control of corruption and transparency and accountability, quality of service delivery and economic corporate governance.

  • 19/09/2021

    HIV infection is a major public health concern in Rwanda, where it is among the top ten causes of mortality with negative social and economic consequences that affect people and the country. Since the initiation of the 2005-2009 National Multi-sector Strategic Plan (NMSP), Rwanda has made significant progress toward the goal of creating universal access to HIV and AIDS services.

     Urubuga rw’Itangazamakuru talk show of 19th September 2021, focused on “How to prevent new HIV infections”

  • 11/07/2021

    According to a statement released by the Prime minister's office, travel is prohibited between 6 p.m. and 4 a.m. and business will close at 5 p.m.  across the country with effect from July 1st.

    In addition, social gathering in both public and private places have been banned in KIGALI and the districts of GICUMBI, KAMONYI, MUSANZE, NYAGATARE, BURERA, RUBAVU, RUTSIRO and RWAMAGANA.