Rwanda : Inyange Industries- Rwanda’s leading milk plant
Inyange Industries is a leading food processing company in Rwanda, manufacturing a variety of products under the brand name – “Inyange”. The “Inyange” brand has been in use since 1997. In 1999 it began its operations which included processing and selling of pasteurized milk and yoghurt. Later in 2001, the plant introduced Mineral Water processing and packaging. The industry’s objective is to maintain our high reputation, progress in our strong hold in the local market and continue to create new markets within the EAC region..
Rwanda|Poverty should not be the cause of unwanted pregnancies
Students in high schools and higher learning institutions should not let their poor living conditions pave way for unwanted pregnancies. The call was made by scientists from Hope Rwanda initiative during an open debate on health issues, with students of the Catholic Institute of Kabgwayi (ICK) located in Muhanga district, in the Southern Province of Rwanda. Hope Rwanda scientist Patrick Mico underscored that prostitution its self is one among the causes of poverty, “getting engaged into prostitution is the cause of HIV/Aids, unwanted pregnancies and stress, all these...
Tuesday, 21 May 2013
Rwanda is represented by a contingent of 206 personnel from Rwanda Defence Force (RDF), Rwanda National Police (RNP) and civilians, according to a statement from the Ministry of Defence in the weeklong exercise.
While opening the exercise, Uganda’s Defence Minister Crispus Kiyonga said that the establishment of the EASF requires keeping in vision the physical availability of the troops, political and sustainable will and financial resources to guarantee collectively security, stability and sovereignty to African People.
“Without security, you can not talk of development,” Kiyonga said.
In his remarks, the Director of EASF Coordination Mechanism (EASFCOM) Maj Gen (Rtd) Cyrille Ndayirukiye said that EASF is legitimate organisation established by the 10 Member States with an objective of maintaining peace and security as prescribed by African Union.
He noted that the Jinja exercise is set to test EASF on its path towards full operational capability by 2015. It is aimed at improving interoperability of its Forces.
The participants come from Burundi, Comoros, Djibouti, Ethiopia, Kenya, Rwanda, Seychelles, Somalia, Sudan and host Uganda.
The one week field training exercise will end on May 25.