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Children Need to Sleep Early to Wake up Fresh and Healthy for School

Like the saying goes, early to bed and early to rise, children need to sleep early so that they wake up fresh and healthy to go to school. If they do not get enough sleep at night, they will fall asleep in class and not pay attention.
Other News | Mar 14th, 14:39

American Ted Wilson Offers Condolence to Adventist families who had beloved people died, others injured in the lightning strike in Rwanda

Fifteen church members die after being struck by lightning in Rwanda.Ted N.C. Wilson, president of the Adventist Church, offers prayers and condolences for the injured and the families of those lost.
Other News | Mar 12th, 15:13

Rwanda: Catholic Church loses important Person

His highness Monsignor John Damascene Bimenyimana died yesterday, Sunday after having been battling with blood cancer for one month.
Other News | Mar 12th, 14:13

Nutritionist reveals 10 foods and drink good for your skin

Reap the skin-boosting rewards of a healthy diet with this pick of the best foods for feeding our complexions
Other News | Mar 9th, 15:02

Jeff Bezos becomes the Richest person on the Planet

Jeff Bezos is the richest person on the planet and the first centi-billionaire atop Forbes annual ranking
Other News | Mar 7th, 12:52

Health: Rwanda offers citizens free access to Hepatitis Treatment

Government has begun offering free access to viral hepatitis treatment to all Rwandans, a decision that Rwanda Biomedical Centre (RBC) says is aimed at reducing viral hepatitis morbidity and mortality in Rwanda.
Other News | Mar 6th, 14:52

Health: Sleeping less than 8 hours a night endangers health

The overall health of human beings revolves around many factors, sleep being one of them. Health experts say this does not only affect the person, but also affects the psycho-social work environment.
Other News | Mar 5th, 12:25

British Royal college of Physicians’ first session gives Rwandan doctors ability to save lives of patients battling with neurological disorders

Royal college of Physicians is an initiative that holds paramedics and skilled doctors from United Kingdom, Rwanda, Uganda and Kenya in partnership with British Council and the East African development Bank.
Other News | Mar 3rd, 12:03

NGOs EXPO Brings solution to unsolved problems

Nongovernment organization officially opened up today with incredible outlook as at the Kigali Exhibition Village and the event will continue tomorrow
Other News | Mar 1st, 20:26

AHF launches another condom kiosk in Rusizi

Being one of the districts with high number of HIV positive people, Rusizi acquires a condom kiosk by AHF to prevent new infections and also get rid of other STDs and unwanted pregnancies.
Other News | Feb 23rd, 13:51

Airtel Appoints Philip Amoateng as New Managing Director

Following the approval of the merger by the Rwanda Utilities Regulatory Authority (RURA) on the 23 rd of January and formal closure of the acquisition on the 30th January, we wish to announce the appointment of Philip Amoateng, as Managing Director.
Other News | Feb 20th, 13:14

AHF Rwanda introduces a condom kiosk in Huye

HIV/AIDS eradication is one of the main reasons AHF in partnership with Rwanda Biomedical Centre, is introducing condom kiosks. These condoms will be provided 24/7 and for free, which is expected to bring prevention of HIV/AIDS and other STDs and unwanted pregnancies.
Other News | Feb 17th, 15:50

Government increases monthly stipends for University students

The Minister for Education, Dr. Eugne Mutimura, has announced that the monthly allowances for government aided students at the University of Rwanda has been increased from Rwf25,000 to Rwf35,000.
Other News | Feb 16th, 16:13

The science behind why falling in love is easier on holiday

The millennial age of Tinder has made romantic encounters while travelling the world much simpler, creating a pool of endless dating opportunities. But the quest for true love on the go has not become any easier.
Other News | Feb 16th, 14:07

Ants armies use human-style battlefield medicine and treat each others' open wounds - new study

Ant armies employ a system of battlefield evacuation and emergency medicine similar to that used by humans, researchers have discovered.
Other News | Feb 16th, 13:20

You Can Cure Newborn’s Hiccups, Here is how

How to get rid of baby hiccups
Other News | Feb 7th, 12:34

Science:Toys hinder children's creativity

It is what parents have suspected all along. Children who have too many toys are more easily distracted, and do not enjoy quality playtime, a new study suggests.
Other News | Dec 6th 2017, 12:54

Alice Hoists Rwandan Flag high as Best African Researcher on Cancer

The Rwandese female finished 4th amongst the best African researchers about cancer in the summit that took place at Mauritius island. She is the only Easter African to be awarded in this year.
Other News | Dec 4th 2017, 18:47

Science: Women advised to sleep on side to help prevent stillbirth

Women are being advised to sleep on their side in the last three months of pregnancy to help prevent stillbirth.
Other News | Nov 22nd 2017, 12:05

Tips To Make Your Mornings More Awesome

After working all day, and staying up till late at night, hearing the sound of your alarm in the morning is the worst thing. Mornings are torturous, especially when you didnt get enough sleep the night before. Here are a few handy tips to make your mornings so awesome!
Other News | Nov 6th 2017, 15:37

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An Omani travelling the world on a motorbike without his country support mentioned that Rwanda is the beautiful country in Africa-VIDEO
As so many people are doing various things to break the Guinness De Record, an Omani man named Maher Al-Barwani decided to travel the entire world by using his motorbike. The sad thing is that his country, Oman is not helping him through.
SpecialCoverage | Dec 27th 2017, 16:48

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