Ikigo cy’ubushakashatsi cya Access To Medicine gisanga Kuva icyorezo cya COVID 19 cyatangira ibigo byinshi bikora imiti byaratangiye gukora ibicuruzwa byabo mu buryo bwagutse cyane cyane kugeza ibicuruzwa byabo mu bihugu bikiri mu nzira y’amajyambere ndetse n’ibyifashije ku rwego ruri hejuru; ihurizo rikaba k’ubushobozi bw’ibigo bikora imiti niba bizabasha kongera ibicuruzwa mu bihugu byose bikiri mu nzira y’amajyambere.
Rwanda has on 14th November 2022 launched a new facility that will invest in climate action led by the public sector on the sidelines of COP27 in Sharm El-Sheik, Egypt. The facility, which will be managed by the Rwanda Green Fund, has been capitalized through a grant of EUR 46 million from the Federal Republic of Germany through the Rwandan-German Climate and Development Partnership.
With the growing climate uncertainties and mounting financial needs for climate adaptation and mitigation, member countries across the Commonwealth are keen to see businesses take up a greater role in the fight against climate change.
Perezida Paul Kagame yagaragaje gushyira imbere uburezi nk’ibuye fatizo kugira ngo ibihugu bitandukanye ku Isi bigere ku iterambere rirambye, aho yavuze ko uburezi budaheza ndetse bushyigikiwe buhabwa buri wese ubukeneye butagarukira mu bihugu bikize gusa
Ubuyobozi bw’Urwego rw’Ubugenzacyaha (RIB) mu Karere ka Nyanza buvuga ko abagabo ubwabo babishatse ikibazo cy’isambanwa ry’abana cyacika cyane ko binagira ingaruka ku bana no ku babasambanyije igihe bahamwe n’icyo cyaha.
Kuri uyu wa 09 Ukuboza 2021, Sosiyete y’itumanaho ya Liquid Intelligent Technologies Rwanda, isanzwe izwi mu bucuruzi bwa interineti buzwi nka Cassava Technologies, yashyiriyeho uburyo bwo guha abakiriya bayo ubwasisi bw’iminsi mikuru ya Noheli n’Ubunani aho abakiriya bagiye kujya babona internet nyinshi kandi nziza irenze iyo bari basanzwe bahabwa kandi byose bajye babihabwa ku giciro bari basanzwe bayiboneraho.
The Malabo Montpellier Panel at AKADEMIYA2063 recently concluded the 9th edition of the biannual Malabo Montpellier Forum to offer a roadmap of policy innovations for food systems transformation, building resilience and adapting to climate change. The Forum promotes stakeholder dialogue against the backdrop of the COVID-19 pandemic and increasingly frequent and extreme climate change related weather events across the continent.
AKADEMIYA2063 has concluded the Regional Strategic Analysis and Knowledge Support System (ReSAKSS) Annual Conference, with renewed stakeholder commitment to promoting evidence-based dialogue and action towards policy options to ensure recovery from COVID-19 and strengthen resilience to future shocks. Organized in partnership with the African Union Commission (AUC), under the theme “Building resilient African food systems after COVID-19,” the three-day virtual conference featured high-level speakers from the academic and development community, who debated on the findings of the ReSAKSS 2021 Annual Trends and Outlook Report (ATOR).
Ikigega Mpuzamahanga cy’Imari, IMF, cyatangaje ko gihangayikishijwe n’icyemezo giherutse gufatwa na El Salvador cyo kwemeza bitcoin nk’ifaranga rikoreshwa mu gihugu, ryiyongereye ku idolari risanzwe rikoreshwayo.
Ubuyobozi bw’Ikigega Mpuzamahanga cy’Imari, IMF, bwemereye u Rwanda inguzanyo ya miliyoni 109.4 z’amadorali ya Amerika (asaga miliyari 10 Frw), azifashishwa mu bikorwa byo guhangana n’icyorezo cya COVID-19 (Coronavirus) gikomeje kwibasira Isi.