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Why the police needs the very best candidates

One of the challenges facing police organizations is the need to uphold the highest standards of professionalism in an increasingly demanding society. This means that the police must ensure that its recruitment system attracts the very best candidates who will meet the needs of the communities they are mandated to serve. Anyone who has participated […]


​National Police College holds its third symposium on Peace, Security and Justice

The National Police College (NPC) conducted its third symposium on peace, security and justice, as top government officials and experts joined researchers and scholars to deliberate on how best to confront emerging security challenges. The symposium held at the Rwanda National Police headquarters in Kacyiru was part of the Police Senior Command and Staff Course […]

Carnegie Mellon University team meeting President Paul Kagame

African Students Turn to Rwanda For Engineering Studies

Rwanda’s engineering courses have become more competitive and this could boost the country’s education sector. Students from 13 African countries have already applied for Master of Science and Technology course at Carnegie Mellon university in Rwanda. Dr. Papias Musafiri, Rwanda’s Education Minister told KT Press that Carnegie Mellon- Rwanda has already had a great impact […]

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Carnegie Mellon University – Rwanda received $10.8 million to boost tech education

Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) – Rwanda has yesterday received $10.8 million from MasterCard Foundation to boost its technology education programme in Africa. CMU Rwanda made the announcement Monday during its graduation ceremony which saw 24 students receive master’s degrees in information technology, and electrical and computer engineering. CMU, which graduated its first students in 2014, […]

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Over 24,000 School Dropouts in Eastern Province Resume Studies

More than 24,092children that had dropped out of school in Rwanda’s eastern province have been located and taken back to resume studies in the second term. The campaign coincides with celebration of the African child’s day that also aims at raising awareness of the continuing need for improvement of the education provided to African children. […]


Master card commits $85 million to Rwanda

President Kagame meets with Mastercard Foundation Board in Kigali. The master card foundation has commited $85 million to various projects in Rwanda set to benefit projects in the fields of financial inclusion, education and economic opportunities for the youth. The announcement came after the board members of the organization met President Paul Kagame at village […]

Police Senior Command student’s tour industries in Ethiopia

Police Senior Command student’s tour industries in Ethiopia

Police Senior Command and Staff Course students currently on a study tour in Ethiopia, on the second day of the tour on Tuesday, visited various facilities including the BISHOFTU Automotive Industry (BAI), East African Industrial Zone and the Canine Unit training centre. BISHOFTU Automotive Industry located in Oromia State, 45 kilometres south east of the capital […]

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Kagame launches Ekocenter in Rwamagana

President Paul Kagame has today officially launched a health center and an Ekocenter facilities all power by solar energy. Coca Cola a global beverages company funded the facilities built to benefit Ruhunda communities in Gishari, Rwamagana district. The Ekocenter comprises of a kiosk with Coca Cola products including; clean drinking water, 3G internet  all operated […]

The students are equipped with skills to fight against Genocide denial ideology

Rwanda Engages US Students to Combat Genocide Denial

Never Again Rwanda, a human rights and peace building organization  has engaged a delegation of US students on the realities of genocide against Tutsi. In 1994, Rwanda slipped into its darkest in a genocide that claimed over a million lives of ethnic Tutsi in just 100-days. This year, Rwandans are observing the 22nd commemoration of […]

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AU Police Pre-deployment course begins at Gishari

Forty-five Police officers from five Eastern Africa Standby Force member states and Denmark, on June 6 started a 10-day African Union Police Pre-deployment course at Police Training School (PTS) Gishari in Rwamagana District. The course aims at equipping officers with concepts, skills and core values of peacekeeping. While officially opening the course, the Deputy Inspector […]