The first medical supply by remotely piloted aircraft, popularly known as drones, will be launched in Rwanda today. The pioneer project, in Muhanga District in southern Rwanda, will see drones used in delivery of much needed supplies to ensure efficiency and timeliness.
STEG-IS returns as platinum sponsor for iPAD Rwanda Energy Infrastructure Forum in Kigali in November
STEG International Services (STEG-IS) has partnered for the third time as the platinum sponsor with the iPAD Rwanda Energy Investment Forum that will take place from 1-2 November in Kigali, Rwanda. The forum will gather investors, project developers, finance houses, construction and planning companies, technology providers from Rwanda, the region and from the rest of the world as well as high-level government representatives.
This is regarded as the first climate change test the world has passed since the signing of Paris agreement earlier this year. “The Kigali amendment is no longer a dream it is a reality,” said Minister for Natural Resources and the President of the 28th Meeting of the Parties to the Montreal Protocol (MOP28) Vincent Biruta.
A heritage of dignity, the event to be hosted at San Francisco Marriott Marquis Hotel will attract Rwandan Diaspora in San Francisco and from neighbouring states.
President Paul Kagame is expected to defend a new trade agreement that will see more Rwandan products exported to the United States without taxes – as he undertakes a week-long trip in the U.S.
Radisson Blu Hotel & Convention Centre, Kigali Partners with Rwanda Development Board in Environment Conservation
The Radisson Blu Hotel & Convention Centre, Kigali has partnered with Rwanda Development Board in“KwitaIzina” 2016 as part of its Responsible Business Program.
President Museveni has indicated his commitment to developing foreign direct investment and international participation in the social and economic development of the Great Lakes
Rwanda’s President Paul Kagame has proposed to officials in charge of National Park Conservation to move from Gorilla naming event to naming lions, to underline the king of the jungle value to the country tourism.
Rwanda has signed a major deal with a Portuguese investor to begin construction of Bugesera International Airport (BIA) project at a tune of $818 million.
The 1st Kwita Izina Conservation and Tourism exhibition organized in line with 12th Kwita Izina (Gorilla naming ceremony) is taking place at Kigali Conference and Exhibition Village where local, regional and international exhibitors from the tourism and conservation sector participated by attending and showcasing their products and services.