The Gender Monitoring Office (GMO), the Private Sector Federation (PSF), UNDP and UN WOMEN certified nine private companies and recognized four public institutions and six private companies for their outstanding efforts to promote gender accountability in an event that took place on March 11th , 2022 in Kigali.
For the people of Rwankuba in Karongi District, May 6, 2018, was the day their world almost ended: a mountain gave way after intense rainfall and destroyed everything in its path. Eighteen people were killed, and at least 12 others were injured.
Rwanda’s journey from division to unity, poverty to prosperity, pandemic to recovery is one of innovation and resilience-and 2021 was a year that required both. UNDP Rwanda is proud to be part of this journey, helping to build a Rwanda that leads in sustainable, equitable development and leaves no one behind. In 2021, COVID-19 challenged the economic, health and social gains of the past two decades. Yet, Rwanda rose to meet the moment. Its swift response to curb the pandemic was followed with an ambitious government-launched Economic Recovery Plan.
Kigali – On March 11th, 2022, the Gender Monitoring Office (GMO), the Private Sector Federation (PSF), UNDP and UN WOMEN certified nine private companies and recognized four public institutions and six private companies for their outstanding efforts to promote gender accountability.
Immaculee Uwimana is an environment and climate change expert.
Karuyege lowland covers an area of 45 hectares in the Muko Sector of Musanze District and is the community’s best farmland. But it is also prone to flooding, a problem that has steadily worsened.
Recent research has found that an increase in temperatures in Africa over the past seven decades corresponds with bigger and more frequent thunderstorms. In Rwanda, these storms often bring floods and landslides, and a barrage of lightning.

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