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| Maggie Andresen

Frontline heroes battle disease in Rwanda

It’s a quiet morning just after sunrise in southern Rwanda, when a knock brings Uwinogoye Lucie to her door. Her neighbor Mukundente Magnifique stands on the doorstep, young son in tow. Two-year-old Serge is feverish…

| Shaina Shealy

Oyster Mushroom Revolution

In Rwanda, 26-year-old Christian has turned his mom’s backyard into an oyster mushroom cultivation lab, with mushrooms sprouting here and there. And he’s not alone. For a country still known internationally for its 1994 genocide,…

| Maggie Andresen

As malaria sweeps Burundi, a refugee camp in Rwanda has slashed cases by 80 per cent. How?

About 60 per cent of community health workers in Rwanda are women, a statistic that was reflected in the gender breakdown of indoor residual spraying operators CREDIT: MAGGIE ANDRESEN Esperance Kanziza sits close to her…

| Millicent Nthoki Mwololo

Rebuilding post-genocide Rwanda through women groups

The year was 1994 and the month was April. The world woke up to news that Rwanda was at war with itself. Members of two largest tribes, the Hutu and the Tutsi were against each…

| Millicent Nthoki Mwololo

Widows find support in groups

Nyamasheke District stands out with its swaying coffee and banana trees and is one of the agriculturally-rich districts in the country. However, individual farmers use their small portions of land to mainly grow food crops.…

| Shannon Sims, Claudia Prat

Rwandan Women Paddle Into the Male World of Fishing

“Now a woman can say: ‘I can build a house by myself. I can look after my family properly. And even if my husband dies, we can live a better life.’” Zawadi Karikumutima, a 34-year-old…

| Shannon Sims

A Rwandan Game Park Defying the Odds

Despite modest tourism numbers, Akagera National Park is a success story in the making, particularly considering that, like its host country, it survived catastrophe. A vervet monkey and her baby in Akagera National Park. The…

| Alexandra Petri

Learning to Love Dogs in Kigali

OLIVIER GRINNER CONSIDERS himself a neat freak. The biggest adjustment to living with Lily was getting used to the hair. It’s everywhere: on the couch, on the pillows, on his clothes—Lily messes everything up, he says.…

| Claudia Prat

Kigali’s Thriving Art Scene Proof of the Healing Power of Culture

The Ivuka arts centre has, more or less, created a Rwandan arts scene from scratch after the horrors of the 1994 genocide.