Residents Sensitized to legalize their marriages to prevent family conflicts and GBV Cases
Ngororero residents living in illegal marriages have been called on to legalize marriage to contribute to prevention of family conflicts and different cases Gender Based Violence that are catalysed by living in illegal cohabitation among couples.
GMO Organizes a Special Community Work for Supporting a Teen Mother
The Gender Monitoring Office (GMO) in partnership with Ngororero District and other stakeholders have on Saturday November 17, 2018 joined residents of Gitega cell, Matyazo Sector in a special Community work (Umuganda) to support a homeless local...| news
Ngororero Residents Urged to Fight against Defilement, One of key Causes of Teenage Pregnancy
Residents in Ngororero District have been urged to denounce and report Gender Based Violence and child defilement cases in their neighborhoods, as it is among the main causes of teenage pregnancy that is hugely affecting adolescent girls and...| news
GMO to hold the Gender Accountability Day in Ngororero District
The Gender Monitoring Office in partnership with Ngororero District is set to conduct the Gender Accountability Day from 17-23 November 2018, the event which aims to further improve institutional accountability to gender equality and Gender Based...| news
Political Parties Tipped on Respect of Gender Equality Principles in the Upcoming Legislative Elections
GMO shares with Chadian delegation its experience in monitoring respect of gender equality
The Gender Monitoring Office (GMO) has on Wednesday this week shared with the Chadian delegation its experience on monitoring the respect of gender equality principles and approaches used to promote gender accountability across all sectors.
GMO in Monitoring of Respect of Gender Equality principles in Legislative Elections
The Gender Monitoring Office (GMO) is in monitoring of the respect of gender equality principles in parliamentary elections slated on 2nd and 3rd next month of September 2018.
The monitoring aims to identify best practices for respect of gender...| news
Rwanda maintains its top position in female representation in Parliament
On the 2nd to 4th September 2018, more than seven million Rwandan registered voters including those living in Diaspora and inside the country went to the polls to elect new Members of Rwandan Parliament who will run for a five-year term office.
Rwanda Attains Gender Parity in The Cabinet
Rwanda on Thursday last week made another milestone backing its commitment in promoting gender equality. This is none other than attaining the gender parity in the cabinet.
This came after the President of the Republic HE Paul Kagame made a ...| news