Rwanda's First Lady Urges Govts to Ease Access to Family Planning
Jeannette Kagame has urged women to use their leadership positions, collective knowledge, skill and experience, to help in innovating solutions, challenge norms and standards that do not promote equality, in all sense of life. She was speaking at a high-level panel titled 'Women of Impact: Leading Ladies Leading Positive Change' at the ongoing International Conference on Family Planning in Kigali.
New Times, 14 November 2018
Rwanda's First Lady, Jeannette Kagame, has rallied women in leadership to use their positions to voice concerns on family planning services if they are to make a critical… Read more »
New Times, 13 November 2018
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Thomson Reuters Foundation, 12 November 2018
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New Times, 12 November 2018
leaders gathered at the on-going fifth edition of the International Conference on Family Planning (ICFP) have called on governments and other partners around the world to improve… Read more »
First Lady Mrs Jeannette Kagame addresses delegates at the 5th International Conference on Family Planning luncheon in Kigali.