The Rwandan community in the United States welcomed the Right Reverend John Rucyahana; Honorable Francis Kaboneka, MP; and Honorable Connie Bwiza, MP, in Washington, D.C. area on Friday February 7th, 2014 to discuss Ndi Umunyarwanda.
On Wednesday to learn more about the Institute’s work linking testimony, technology and education.
Remarks by H.E Mathilde Mukantabana at the first Global discussion on Understanding Early Warning of Mass Atrocities
While launching Kwibuka20 on January 7th in Kigali, Rwanda’s Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, Louise Mushikiwabo asked the international community to join us in remembrance. “We invite the world to remember with us,” the Minister said, “not to inspire pity or guilt, but rather because the lessons of 1994 have resonance far beyond Rwanda’s borders.”
The Embassy of the Republic of Rwanda presents its compliments to the Embassy of the Republic of South Africa and has the honor to convey our deepest condolences over the death of H.E President Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela.
There is no doubting Mandela’s virtues as a moral exemplar and inspirational figure. There is no modern leader who has done more to deserve the waves of praise and mourning that his passing has unleashed.
Professor Mathilde Mukantabana, the first female ambassador from Rwanda to the United States, learned a great deal about Cheyney University when she visited the institution's suburban campus, which straddles Chester and Delaware Counties, on Friday, November 15. She met with CU's president, Dr. Michelle Howard-Vital, as well as other administration officials, to discuss future collaborations between the University and institutions in Rwanda.