Rwanda : Inyange Industries- Rwanda’s leading milk plant
Inyange Industries is a leading food processing company in Rwanda, manufacturing a variety of products under the brand name – “Inyange”. The “Inyange” brand has been in use since 1997. In 1999 it began its operations which included processing and selling of pasteurized milk and yoghurt. Later in 2001, the plant introduced Mineral Water processing and packaging. The industry’s objective is to maintain our high reputation, progress in our strong hold in the local market and continue to create new markets within the EAC region..
Rwanda|Poverty should not be the cause of unwanted pregnancies
Students in high schools and higher learning institutions should not let their poor living conditions pave way for unwanted pregnancies. The call was made by scientists from Hope Rwanda initiative during an open debate on health issues, with students of the Catholic Institute of Kabgwayi (ICK) located in Muhanga district, in the Southern Province of Rwanda. Hope Rwanda scientist Patrick Mico underscored that prostitution its self is one among the causes of poverty, “getting engaged into prostitution is the cause of HIV/Aids, unwanted pregnancies and stress, all these...
Monday, 28 May 2012
Friday, 25 May 2012
The East African Community heads of State will gather at the Ngurdoto Mountain Lodge in Arusha, Tanzania this Saturday 28.04.2012 in the 10th extraordinary summit that brings together heads of member countries.
President Paul Kagame of the republic of Rwanda , Mwai Kibaki of the Republic of Kenya and Chairperson of the EAC Summit, President Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete of the United Republic of Tanzania, President Pierre Nkurunziza of the Republic of Burundi and President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni of the Republic of Uganda are all expected at the Summit.
At the Summit, the Heads of State will consider, among others, appointment of a new Deputy Secretary General from Uganda; renewal of contract of Mr. Jean Claude Nsengiyumva (Deputy Secretary General – Productive and Social Sectors); a report of the Council of Ministers on the proposed attainment of a Single Customs Territory; and a report of the Council of Ministers on the application by the Republic of South Sudan to join the East African Community.
Meanwhile, the 24th Extraordinary meeting of the EAC Council of the Ministers is currently underway at the Arusha International Conference Centre (AICC). The Council meeting is being held through a series of sessions which has seen the session of Senior Officials running from 20-22 April, followed by the Permanent Secretaries session from 23-24 April while the ministerial session is taking place this Wednesday 25th April.
N’ubwo intara y’iburasirazuba ikize ku biyaga byinshi ndetse hakiyongeraho no kugira pariki y’akagera niyo ntara ibarizwamo inyubako nke zo kwakira abantu zirimo amahoteli ndetse ikagira n’amazi meza adahagije abaturage.
Iyi ntara kandi iri muntara zibarizwamo ubworozi bukungahaye ariko ikaba ifite ikibazo cyo kubona amazi yo guha amatungo.
Umuyobozi w’akarere ka Gatsibo Ruboneza Ambroise avuga ko kubona Hoteli biri mu mihigo yabo mu mwaka utaha mu mujyi wa Kabarore mugihe aka karere gakora ku nkengero z’ikiyaga cya muhazi, naho umuyobozi w’intara y’iburasirazuba Uwamariya Odette avuga ko bikwiye ko mu mwaka wa 2013 muri iyi ntara umubare w’amahoteri wakiyongera.
Perezida Kagame avuga ko ibibazo biri muri iyi ntara bishobora guhuzwa n’amahirwe ahari maze ibibazo bikaba ibisubizo kuko kuba hacyeneye amahoteli ari amahirwe kubashoramari babanyarwanda bifuza gushora imari yayo mukubaka amahoteli.
Akavuga ko abatuye intara y’iburasirazuba bagomba kubona amahoteri ahubatswe bakareka kumva amahoteri mu magambo maze bashoje ikivi bakabona aho baruhukira ndetse nabahora banywa u rwagwa na waragi zitica ubuzima bakabona ibinyobwa byiza banywera ahantu heza.
Bimwe mubituma iyi ntara itagira amahoteri nk’izindi ntara harimo kuba idafite ibikorwa remezo bihagije cyane ko ahashyirwa amahoteri hafite amahirwe yo gukundwa ariko ikibazo kikaba imihanda nko kunkengero za pariki y’akagera haba no kubiyaga bibarizwa muri iyi ntara cyane ko ifite ibiyaga byinshi kandi byakundwa harimo Muhazi, Mugesera n’ibyohoha nibindi bibarizwa muri pariki y’akagera ariko imihanda no gutunganya inkombe z’ibiyaga bikaba bikiri hasi.
Indi mbogamizi ibangamira iyubakwa ry’amahoteri mu ntara y’uburasirazuba ni ibikorwa remezo birimo amazi meza kuko abashobora kubona amazi meza batarenze metero 300 muri iyi ntara bagera kuri 65%. Ikibazo cy’amazi kikaba cyiyongera kugira amashanyarazi kuko henshi Atari yakahagejejwe cyakora intara y’iburasirazuba ikaba iteganya mu mwaka wa 2013 kuzakoresha miriyari 3 mukongera amazi meza muri iyi ntara cyane ko n’indwara z’isuku nke ahanini ziyibonekamo zikomoka gukoresha amazi adasukuye.
Rwanda Event : Rwanda to host international conference on growing SMEs event
Thursday, 24 May 2012
After eight years of going through the traumatic experience, MuKakarangwa returned to Bugesera, and is now living a happy life with plenty of food stored in her granary and enough to have a mealwith his children twice a day – most of which she sends to local markets – even Kigali for sell.
Another solution to ensure food security in the area was the construction of silos to store produce, through the support of a food security support project known by its French-acronym PASAB (Projet d’Appui à la Sécurité Alimentaire au Bugesera)- this programme, run by the Catholic Church NGO Caritas, has played a vital role in shielding area residents from famine.
“The factory will increase the residents’ incomes and provide market for the local cassava farmers,” Kayonga said “This is a step towards development and will enable Rwanda to compete in the regional market and reduce dependence on imported cassava products”