Prime Minister Anastase Murekezi, yesterday, called upon the region’s private sector to take a lead in enhancing service delivery acoss the health sector of the five-member East African Community (EAC) bloc.
Opening the fourth conference of the East Africa Healthcare Federation (EAHF), in Kigali yesterday, Murekezi said the new landscape of global health care shows tremendous opportunities for healthcare providers in enabling the regulatory environment.
“When talking about health systems, people tend to think about primarily public sector and give less importance to the private sector. And this is of course wrong. More
Rwandans and friends of Rwanda from the Nordic countries were joined by members of the UN and diplomatic corps in a ceremony to mark the international day of Reflection on the Genocide against the Tutsi.
The event, which was jointly organised by the Embassy of Rwanda in the Nordic countries and the United Nations Office in Denmark was held at the vast UN City complex on a peninsular outside the city of Copenhagen.
The ceremony brought together Rwandans from Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland and Iceland as well as Diplomats based in Copenhagen, UN officials, Government representatives, Civil Society members and friends of Rwanda. More