Sulah Nuwamanya

Communications expert with more than 8 years of experience in journalism both as a reporter and editor with reputable media houses in Rwanda and in the region. With professional qualifications in Administrative and Political sciences, he has specific knowledge in social research and critical data analysis. He has wide knowledge in networking and relationship building especially with various donor and government agencies that give him an extensive experience of advocacy and policy work using his communications expertise in Rwanda. He has spearheaded various campaign and policy works in Actionaid Rwanda in areas of  education, women rights and Food right and Livelihood in particular Early Childhood Education and public financing in education, Violence agianst women and hungerFREE campaigns. He is the Web manager of the country webpage and digital social networks  

Latest blogs

The day in time to remember the past. the day when the dark cloud hit the nation’s skies and the cries of our beloved innocent children, women, men engulfed the nation.Monday, 7 April 2014 is the...
The day in time to remember the past. the day when the dark cloud hit the nation’s skies and the cries of our beloved innocent children, women, men engulfed the nation.Monday, 7 April 2014 is the...
“My name’s Emelitha, I’m eight and in grade two at primary school. I live with my mother, two sisters and a brother. My father died when I and my twin sister were babies.Today I would like to tell...
In 2005, a total of 30 women came together and formed a cooperative—the Jyambere Mubyeyi, to devise ways of extricating themselves out of poverty. Based at Gambiriro village, Kabere Cell, Ruheru...
Do you work? ”is the first question I ask Edisa Mukamana after exchanging those routine pleasantries when you are building a rapport with the interviewee. Looking drawn and somehow disoriented by the...
Mujawamungu Hilary was among the pioneers in the Hugukirwa Muko  Cooperative. She joined efforts with others to start cooperative in 2007 to extricate members out of poverty that had become a...
Mary Grace Mukashema’s long walk to the freedom and dignity that she enjoys today has been bumpy and stormy. The forty one year old mother of four, resident of Bunyeshwa in Nyanza district, Southern...
Marie-Grace Mukashema
The participation of the general population in the process of national budget development can see a number of their needs and priorities included implementation closely and aptly followed up and...
With no health vehicles to transport the sick, the traditional Stretcher (‘Ingobyi’) is still magic for the rural poor in Rwanda Gitesi is a remote rural area with only one health centre and no...
Gitesi: A traditional carrier for the sick in rural poor
“I’m Beatrice Nyiandegeye, 43 years old, resident of Munanira village and a window surviving with two children after three of my daughters died 12 years ago. I am now remaining with 1 boy who is 17...
Meet Beatrice Nyirandegeya, an HIV/Aids widow