In an exclusive interview with FORBES WOMAN AFRICA, the country’s First Lady, Jeannette Kagame, explores how the 15-year-old Imbuto Foundation has been taking Rwanda and its people forward.

Ibuka Europe, collectif européen des associations Ibuka qui militent pour perpétuer la mémoire des victimes du génocide des Tutsi au Rwanda

"A nation without intellectuals is a nation without a soul, a nation without guardians of traditions is a nation without its own personality”. Alexis Kagame,1969. By Gloria Iribagiza

One of the important things Kagame has done is put science at a very, very high level. Rwanda is a good case study, in as much as the country had been destroyed in 1994 and if you look at what has happened in the 22 years since this very dreadful event, it has been the leadership empowering people with the necessary tools, for instance in agriculture. By Brendan O'Malley

African science and education ministers have called for bold and urgent steps to increase the number of PhD holders produced on the continent every year, as well as the establishment of an African research chair initiative, and the development of mechanisms to harness research mobility on the continent. By Maina Waruru

Ministre Gashumba a reconnu les progrès dans la lutte contre la malnutrition, les taux d’allaitement maternel exclusifs accrus à 87,3 % et ceux d’émaciation réduits à 2,2 %

Rwanda and the Next Einstein Forum (NEF) have hosted the second NEF Ministerial Meeting to leverage research networks and funding mechanisms to drive Africa’s long term progress.. By Agencie

Les Premières Dames du Gabon et du Rwanda à l'institut de cancérologie de Libreville et à La Maison d'Alice. Par Fabrice Mikomba