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Rwandan Youth In Diaspora Tipped On Self-reliance

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sickness http://ciprs.cusat.ac.in/wp-includes/category.php geneva; font-size: small; line-height: 115%;”>This forum was officiated on Tuesday, buy information pills July 30, 2013 at Rwanda Military Academy at Gako in Bugesera District in Eastern Province.

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The forum for Indangamirwa for Youth aging 18- 35 years will strengthen links between Rwandan Youth living abroad and their motherland.

The youth will share information on Rwandan history, current Government’s achievements as well as sharing different initiatives aimed at building the future of their country.

Minister of Youth and ICT, Jean Philbert Nsengimana, while officiating at the opening of Itorero urged the youth to embrace the culture of self reliance.

“With confidence, discipline, hard work, innovation and creativity you will achieve whatever goals you have set in your life,” stressed Minister Nsengimana.

A one Joan Gakwaya from Canada said that “In this forum I will learn more about where I came from, and leaning more about my identity. It is also a great opportunity to explore my culture and see how I can share this to my colleagues.”

The chairman of Itorero, Boniface Rucagu noted that Itorero seeks to acquire knowledge to Rwandan Youth living abroad with a spirit of nationalism and self-reliance and be able to contribute to the national development of Rwanda.

Organized by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation in collaboration with other stakeholders, the forum ends on July 10. The theme is “The role of the youth in Rwanda’s Agenda to self-reliance”.

The Itorero for Rwandan Youth living abroad provides excellent occasion to interact with Government officials, discussing on Political issues and economic progress and achievement. It will be also an occasion to visit different places of Rwanda for exploring her beauty.

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