Cameroon: In Cameroon, Rwandan Refugees Strive to "Live Like Brothers"
Refugees have built up an impressive support network, but August's election has resurfaced old political tensions Read more »
Rwanda: Rwanda Has Shown That Healthcare Innovation in the Developing World Means More Than Investing in Technology
Any views expressed in this article are those of the author and not of Thomson Reuters Foundation. Read more »
Rwanda: Can a Failed Rwandan Housing Project Offer Lessons for the Future?
Marie-Claire Kayeze sat in front of her home, surrounded by her seven children, clutching a letter. Read more »
Rwanda: In Rwanda, Red Cross Spells Demolition
Last summer, former Rwandan army soldier Twagiramungu Theoneste returned to his Kigali home and found a red cross daubed on the front wall. Read more »
October 20, 2016
Rwanda: New Genocide Film Should Spur Action On Is Crimes - Prosecutor
"If you are going to call it genocide, you have a responsibility to do something about it. That's the lesson we learned in Rwanda" Read more »
September 23, 2016
Burundi: Refugee Exodus From Burundi Sparks Concerns 'Overstretched' Neighbours Will Not Cope
Number of refugees fleeing violence, abductions and torture in Burundi has passed 300,000, the United Nations says Read more »
August 23, 2016
Rwanda: Leaders Must Challenge Outdated Beliefs and Give Women Truly Equal Rights to Land
In rural Rwanda, as in most developing countries, owning and controlling land determines whether you are rich or poor. In a country where some 57% of the population live below the… Read more »
June 27, 2016
Rwanda: Rwandan Millennials Meet Shakespeare in 'Reconciliation Theatre'
From major disaster, conflicts and under-reported stories, we shine a light on the world's humanitarian hotspots Read more »
June 10, 2016
Rwanda: Will Rwanda's Push for Prosperity Be Powered By the Sun?
With its economy growing fast, Rwanda will need to keep moving forward with green energy, minister says Read more »
June 08, 2016
Rwanda: 'Feminine' Virtues Blamed for Unequal Land Rights, Research Shows
Female "silence and submissiveness" stop women from taking advantage of equal property laws in Rwanda Read more »
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