Umushinga w’Itegeko rigena ingengo y’imari ya Leta y’umwaka wa 2011-2012;
Umushinga w’Itegeko rihindura kandi ryuzuza itegeko ryo kuwa 27/05/2006 rigena kandi rishyiraho imitunganyirize y’umusoro wakwa ku byaguzwe ku bicuruzwa bimwe na bimwe bitumijwe mu mahanga n’ibikorerwa mu Rwanda;
Kigali – The Minister of Health, Dr. Agnes Binagwaho has called for increased health information and surveillance for detection and monitoring of multidrug-resistant as well as extensively drug-resistant tuberculosis (DR-TB) across the continent. Dr. Binagwaho made these remarks during the official opening ceremony a five-day workshop on Drug Resistant Tuberculosis (MDR) which brings together experts from 17 English Speaking countries of Africa.
“We are very happy to host such a high level meeting in Kigali because it gives us an opportunity to better manage our health sectors. Tuberculosis knows no borders so when we only manage TB and not MDR, our efforts would be in vain,” she said.
Seventeen years on, how has Rwanda dealt with the aftermath of the genocide? We had a National Unity and Reconciliation Commission, which brought all Rwandans of different backgrounds together to discuss their past, our past, what went wrong and how we can find a remedy. I think people are trying to say, we are better than this. We didn’t deserve this. We can draw lessons from our history but not be trapped there.