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MINALOC: DISSEMINATION OF FINDINGS FROM DECENTRALISATION IMPACT ASSESSMENT, 2001-2017.
CIVIL REGISTRATION OFFICERS VOW TO DELIVER QUALITY SERVICE
GOV’T OFFICIALS ENGAGED NORTHERN RESIDENTS ON FIGHTING ILLICIT DRUGS
DASSO LEADERS REMINDED OF “RWANDANS FIRST” PRINCIPLE

MINALOC: DISSEMINATION OF FINDINGS FROM DECENTRALISATION IMPACT ASSESSMENT, 2001-2017.

On Thursday the 18th of January 2018, the Ministry of Local Government held a workshop to disseminate findings on impact of decentralisation policy in the last 17 years. The workshop was held to all

CIVIL REGISTRATION OFFICERS VOW TO DELIVER QUALITY SERVICE

As they closed their three-day training on Thursday the Civil Registration Officers at sector level vowed to improve service so as to effectively contribute to national development through quality

GOV’T OFFICIALS ENGAGED NORTHERN RESIDENTS ON FIGHTING ILLICIT DRUGS

All roads led to Rusarabuye Sector in Burera District, yesterday, as top government officials and security organs engaged thousands of residents to own and strengthen community policing efforts to

DASSO LEADERS REMINDED OF “RWANDANS FIRST” PRINCIPLE

On Wednesday, 21st December 2017, the Minister of Local Government reminded the DASSO Coordinators that the public interest is the only thing that matters in terms of protecting and ensuring the
 
LOCAL GOVERNMENTS MEET OVER IMIHIGO EVALUATION

LOCAL GOVERNMENTS MEET OVER IMIHIGO EVALUATION   PRESS RELEASE   “Performance contracts –Imihigo- have contributed significantly to national development and Rwandans’ socio-economic transformation”, the Minister of...[more]

THE WORLD BANK PLEDGES SUPPORT TO RWANDA’S SOCIAL PROTECTION PROGRAMS

“Rwanda is doing good job in the area of social protection, and that is why the World Bank is committed to continued moral and financial support”, the World Bank Country Director, Mr ZUTT JOHANNES has said. The remarks were made...[more]

UK DELEGATES PLEDGE SUPPORT TO RWANDA’S GOVERNANCE PROGRAMS

July 08, 2011 “The United Kingdom of Great Britain is committed to support Rwanda’s governance and community development programs”, Mrs Sarah Tiffin, the Head of East Africa, Great Lakes and Somalia Department at the...[more]