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This year the German Government declared October, 31st, as public holiday on the occasion of 500 years of REFORMATION. The Embassy will be closed on that day.
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Development Desk Officer Mrs. Mandy Hupfer met with Mrs. Assumpta Ingabire, new Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Local Government (MINALOC). Together they chair and co-chair the Sector Working Group on Decentralization and Governance and thus coordinate the cooperation between the Rwandan Government and Development Partners.
Don't miss this year's European Film Festival presenting 11 films from 10 European countries..
Goethe-Institut promotes knowledge of the German language abroad and fosters international cultural cooperation. GI’s cultural and educational programmes encourage intercultural dialogue and enable cultural involvement. They strengthen the development of structures in civil society and foster worldwide mobility.
Find here information about the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) and how to obtain funding for the academic year 2018/2019.
DAAD in Rwanda
Since 2013 the Embassy of the Kingdom of Belgium is in charge of all Schengen visa on behalf of the German Embassy Kigali!
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Germans living in Rwanda and friends of Germany celebrated together election day on Sunday, 24 September, with draught beer and traditional German food. Posters displayed all over the compound clearly demonstrated that the 61.5 million Germans eligible to vote had a huge choice from 42 different parties competing for the 598 seats at the “Bundestag” , the German federal parliament.
Together with the NGO “Prison Fellowship Rwanda” Mandy Hupfer and Katharina Vianden from the German Embassy visited the village of Kimonyi, situated at the foot of the Virunga Mountains. Prison Fellowship Rwanda seeks to transform the lives of those involved in the Rwandan genocide..
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