« Certains enfants qui naissent aujourd’hui vivront jusqu’à 150 ans », a affirmé Liliane Schoofs, professeure de la Faculté des Sciences de l’université de Louvain, en Belgique. Par David

IT company, release “Smart Parent” that will allow parents and teachers to have inside knowledge into their children behavior and whereabouts during school hours. By African Brains

John Gunn, he is about to run across the entire country of Rwanda this month, via an initiative Run Rwanda, and in partnership with the African Entrepreneur Collective. By Nick Kershaw.

Niyonshuti is on a mission in Rio but his aim is far bigger than any dreams of personal glory. He wants to transform cycling in his home country, Rwanda.

This week a delegation from the Kigali Genocide Memorial came to Yad Vashem to participate in a two-day seminar. Led by the memorial’s manager, Honore Gatera, and deputy archives manager and head of data collection Martin Niwenshuti, the Rwandan delegation came to look, listen and learn.

Les travaux sur le rôle de Paris lors du génocide des Tutsis sont l’œuvre de journalistes ou d’associations. Très peu de chercheurs français s’y intéressent. Comment l’expliquer ?

On my most recent visit to Rwanda, it was evident that farmers there are beginning to do well. I have visited the country on a number of occasions over the past ten years, and each time I am impressed to see significant improvements in the lives of ordinary people. With average annual agricultural growth rates reaching 5.7% between 2001 and 2012, and average annual gross domestic product growth of 7%-8% since 2000, the signs are looking good.