Author: Tharcisse Minani

Burundi celebrates international agriculture day under the theme: “Changing the Future of Migration: Investing in Food Security and Rural Development.”

Burundi, Bujumbura – “Financing the agricultural sector means ensuring food security and it is one of the factors that could contribute to changing the future of migration,” said Mr. Guide RUREMA, minister Agriculture, and Livestock this Tuesday, October 17, 2017, as the world celebrated the international agriculture day on October 16. The minister reminded participants that 90% of the Burundian population lives on agriculture and that agriculture is a considered a key sector, not only because it contributes to the domestic product gross (GDP) but also by its job creation and its role in the fight against food insecurity. However,...

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Several Newly Rehabilitated Markets to Open in December 2017 in Bujumbura

Burundi, Bujumbura – The commission responsible for rehabilitating markets and redistribute markets stands in Bujumbura held a press conference today Monday 16 October 2017 and assured all business owners who were selling their products in the newly rehabilitated markets will be assigned a stand in the beginning of December. Mr. Ramadhan NURIKIYE explained that newly rehabilitated markets have other infrastructures such as a healthcare center, a cell, various offices, a garbage disposal place, and an office for firefighters. “The establishment of these multiple infrastructures has resulted in a significant reduction in the number of stands and caused delays in the...

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The Burundi Postal Administration celebrate the World Post Day today

Burundi, Bujumbura – The World Post Day, October 9, was celebrated today October 12, 2017, in Burundi. During the celebrations, Benjamin NIYOKINDI, General Director of the Posts, indicated that post services have already taken a step forward and are at a good level now. He added that there are post offices in all provinces of the country and stressed that Burundi Posts is the member of the association of 192 posts services worldwide. He finally reminded that Burundi Posts have started to offer commercial and informatics services. For Laurent KAGANDA, Deputy Minister of Posts and Telecommunications, there is a significant progress...

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The Observatory of Governmental Action (OAG) pleads for the increase in the budget for the Ministry of Justice

Burundi, Bujumbura – During a press conference this Tuesday, October 10, 2017, stated that equal access to justice must be improved through an increase in the budget for the Ministry of Justice. One of the speakers, Prof. Michel Masabo, said that to render justice is a public service activity, which is to say, an activity that intends to satisfy a need of the general interest. He added that this activity is intended to be governed by one of the fundamental principles of public services: equality under the law. He explained that equality under the law means each independent human being must...

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