Rwanda lauded on gender

By IGIHE
On 25 January 2018 at 05:00

The Gender Monitoring Office yesterday, received a delegation from the French Association of Women Lawyers and their colleagues from Ivory Coast who are in Rwanda for a study tour on the Place and Role of Women in Rwanda’s Development.

The Chief Gender Monitor Rose Rwabuhihi explained to the delegation the root causes of Rwanda’s commitments and efforts to promote the gender equality and Rwanda’s gains in this regard. She further told members of the delegation that Rwandan women have played a paramount role in rebuilding the country after the Genocide against the Tutsi in 1994.

Talking about Rwanda’s achievements in gender Equality, the Chief Gender Monitor told the visitors that tremendous results are now visible in all sectors including governance, economy, health, education, ICT to name but a few and that women and men are now rejoicing a national gender sensitive environment.

Members of the Delegation lauded the Government of Rwanda for its effortless commitments to promote Gender Equality and fighting against Gender Based Violence.


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