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A brighter future for Rwanda’s girls
A brighter future for Rwanda’s girls
On the outskirts of Rwanda’s capital, a UNICEF-supported child-friendly school is helping to transform the way girls access education.

 

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Rwanda’s First Lady awards girls for their academic excellence
Rwanda’s First Lady awards girls for their academic excellence
KIGALI, Rwanda, 24 March 2009—Rwanda’s First Lady, Jeannette Kagame, recently presented the annual Imbuto Foundation Awards in Kigali, which honour academic excellence among primary and secondary school girls. Read More >
First Lady of Rwanda awards young women for their scholastic achievements
First Lady of Rwanda awards young women for their scholastic achievements
MUHANGA, Rwanda, 12 May 2008 – Earlier this month, 58 young women had their moment in the spotlight as Rwanda’s First Lady awarded them with prizes to celebrate their outstanding academic achievements. Read More >
School campaign supports girls’ education and achievement in Rwanda
School campaign supports girls’ education and achievement in Rwanda
KIGALI, Rwanda, 8 August 2007 – Nathalie Kaligirwa, 17, received the First Lady’s Award for Achievement during a ceremony launching the Rwandan Government’s new five-year campaign to promote gender parity, retention and achievement of girls in school. Read More >
UNICEF and local partners promote child-friendly schools in Rwanda
UNICEF and local partners promote child-friendly schools in Rwanda
KIGALI, Rwanda, 3 July 2007 – Rubingo Primary School in Gasabo District, approximately 20 km from Kigali City, has all the hallmarks of a child-friendly school. Read More >
First Lady of Rwanda
First Lady of Rwanda's Campaign for Girls' Education
On 7 May 2005, the First Lady of Rwanda launched the second phase of her campaign to promote girls' enrolment and achievement in schools. High-level government and diplomatic officials joined the First Lady at the event in Kigali. Read More >

 

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