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The worst thing in life I can probably wish for is being 20 years old next month. You do not need to be a great thinker or historian to imagine how horrible the 3 months over which the genocide committed against the Tutsis were. Of course I wasn't born yet and I can remember I was explained about what actually occurred when I was six. They could no...

The worst thing in life I can probably wish for is being 20 years old next month. You do not need to be a great thinker or historian to imagine how horrible the 3 months over which the genocide committed against the Tutsis were. Of course I wasn't born yet and I can remember I was explained about what actually occurred when I was six. They could no...

this MSNBC article is marvelous! it helped me find my new job, which is the #1 Job in America :D

Hi guys! I has been a while since i published an article. But am happy i can tell you i was working behind the scenes by gaining some technical knowledge that is going to help me adding some amazing features to my blog. I had also the chance to meet some high profile individuals in the business. One of the them being the Boss of Igihe Ltd. I was al...

Rwanda’s large share of youth population (42 percent of the country population is younger than 16 years old) and provides a window of opportunity for high growth and poverty reduction. But for this opportunity to result in accelerated growth, the government needs to invest in the human capital formation of its youth. It has therefore put in pl...

Rwanda’s large share of youth population (42 percent of the country population is younger than 16 years old) and provides a window of opportunity for high growth and poverty reduction. But for this opportunity to result in accelerated growth, the government needs to invest in the human capital formation of its youth. It has therefore put in pl...

My city is developing in my eyes but it is full of contrasts and paradoxes. I always wonder if my future lies in it or if i will end up moving back to Mageragere a deep village where I spent one year in a public school or even worse. Looking at Kigali city today, you can't help but get amazed by modern skyscrapers that fill all business districts, ...

My city is developing in my eyes but it is full of contrasts and paradoxes. I always wonder if my future lies in it or if i will end up moving back to Mageragere a deep village where I spent one year in a public school or even worse. Looking at Kigali city today, you can't help but get amazed by modern skyscrapers that fill all business districts, ...

In the downturn of Kabeza where I stay with mum, all seems relatively prosperous. But that is only because what you see is green hills and a beautiful sky over your head. In the evening when I come from school , apart from the sun shining over hills and banana trees, all you can see are children gathering water into large plastic jugs from open tap...

Written by Aime Sindayigaya (edited by Jules Niyibizi) We often hear that Rwanda is to turn into Africa’s Singapore but we never really question the possibility of this ambition coming to fruition. I recently read two interesting articles that were published in the Economist on the 25th February 2012 “Africa’s Singapore” and another ...

{jcomments on}Hello Everyone! My name is Aline Joyce and I am 16 years old from Kigali Rwanda. This is my new blog as I am attempting to improve my writing skills and hopefully becoming a blogger. I have recently left my boarding school situated outside Kigali and now attending my new school at a short walking distance from my home. Of course i do ...

{jcomments on}Hello Everyone! My name is Aline Joyce and I am 16 years old from Kigali Rwanda. This is my new blog as I am attempting to improve my writing skills and hopefully becoming a blogger. I have recently left my boarding school situated outside Kigali and now attending my new school at a short walking distance from my home. Of course i do ...