During her downtime, she writes about food, travel, and style on her lifestyle blog, The Tig.And like Prince Harry, Markle’s also a passionate humanitarian.The old way of doing business was to come, operate and go.“Then I heard Operation Smile was looking at something more sustainable, which meant coming to train residents.” Drawing on a history of medical missions and surgical programs in Rwanda dating back to 2010, Operation Smile revitalized its relationship with the University of Rwanda to begin hosting new surgical training rotations in October 2015.European Times: What are the specific areas of interest for Nigerian investors in Rwanda? Nwonye: One of the major interests of the Nigerian investors is the Rwandan financial sector, especially banks and insurance companies, such as investments in Access Bank and Sonarwa Insurance Company.Nigerian investors are also present in the IT sector and private business/trading.At the age of 18, he founded a rap group called "Suspicion", along with rapper "J. Vincent Verbelen, Music Manager, was impressed by the talent he perceived in Stromae's first single "Alors on danse" and decided to air it for the first time on NRJ. To finance his private school education, Van Haver worked part-time in the hospitality industry, but his academic performance wasn't up to standard.
I personally believe that the Nigerian investments in Rwanda will grow because there is a good prospect for Nigerians to invest here.
The rotations aim to close the daunting gaps in the nation’s health care system related to cleft care and plastic surgery.
Ntireganya is one of just two plastic surgeons serving Rwanda’s population of more than 12.6 million people.
Over the years the ties have grown stronger, creating cordial and warm relations. Nwonye, Minister Counsellor/Ag High Commissioner of Nigeria in Rwanda, discusses current bilateral relations and the Nigerian influence to Rwanda’s development process.
European Times: How would you describe the current bilateral relations between Rwanda and Nigeria? Nwonye: In the last five years, Nigeria has established a permanent diplomatic representation in Kigali and Rwanda has a permanent diplomatic representation in Abuja a year earlier, in order to enhance the economic ties and provide great stimulation to the business sector.
There are only 15 nurse anesthetists and anesthesiologists and 44 general surgeons.