Tag: COVID19

Loni irasaba ko abakora uburaya batagomba gusigazwa inyuma muri ibi bihe

Loni irasaba ko abakora uburaya batagomba gusigazwa inyuma muri ibi bihe

Ubuzima
Mu rwego rwo guhangana n’ikwirakwira ry’icyorezo cya Koronavirusi (COVID-19), hashyizweho ingamba zitandukanye zo kwirinda no gukumira ikwirakwira ryacyo zirimo kuguma mu rugo, gusiga intera irenga metero hagati y’umuntu n’undi, kwambara udupfukamunwa n’izindi. Izo ngamba zafashwe nyuma y’aho Ishami ry’Umunryangow’Abibumbye (OMS) rigaragarije ko COVID-19 yanduzwa n’amatembabuzi ava mu kanwa cyangwa mu mazuru y’uwayanduye igihe avuga, yitsamuye cyangwa akoroye. OMS ivuga ko ya matembabuzi icyo agezeho cyose kirandura, iyo virusi ikaba ishobora kwihanganira kuguma ku byuma, ibikuta, impapuro, imyenda n’ibindi bikoresho tumenyereye, igihe kiri hagati y’amasaha umunani n’iminsi ine. Ahantu hatandukanye ku Isi hagiye havugwa ibice biri mu kaga kurusha ibindi, muri byo hakaba hirimo
COVID-19 awakening Rwandans to apply home grown solutions: Agroecology4Rwanda

COVID-19 awakening Rwandans to apply home grown solutions: Agroecology4Rwanda

Amakuru
Lockdown should remind us that we need to seek home grown solutions to deal with our challenges. Thanks to Rwanda engineers and medical doctors for fabricating ventilators that can be used to provide oxygen to patients in critical breathing condition; to Rwandan fabrics for making masks that can be used and cleaned for reuse over and over again; and to companies making sanitizers. This is a clear indication that Rwandans can find home grown solutions to address the challenges they encounter. This adds to many other initiatives that have worked for us including “Gacaca courts, Girinka, Umuganda, Abunzi” to mention among others. During this time when we are celebrating “Mother Earth Day”, and as we campaign for Agroecology4Climate, we remember that Rwandans have been on the forefront
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