The first Rwanda Cultural Day will be an opportunity to celebrate Rwanda’s unique culture and its role in transforming Rwanda.
Through various activities organized during the day, participants will learn about the values that unite Rwandans and the homegrown solutions inspired by Rwanda’s culture that have become an integral part of solving the country's challenges ranging from justice and reconciliation, poverty reduction and accountable governance.
The Guest of Honor will be H.E. Paul Kagame, The President of the Republic Of Rwanda. Join us on 24 September 2016 in San Francisco Marriott Marquis as we celebrate the first Rwanda Cultural Day.
Ingoro y’umwami yo mu Rukari iherereye mu Karere ka Nyanza, mu Majyepfo y’u Rwanda. Yari ituwemo n’umwami Mutara III Rudahigwa ubu uri mu ntwari z’u Rwanda mu kiciro cy’Imena.Komeza usome
Ishyamba ryakorerwagamo imihango i Buhanga riherereye mu karere ka Musanze, mu Majyaruguru y’u Rwanda. Rifite ubuso buyingayinga hegitari 30. Iri shyamba riri aho Gihanga wahanze u Rwanda yari atuye, akaba ari nayo mpamvu ryakorerwagamo imwe mu mihango y’ibwami.Komeza usome
Mu mpera z’ikinyejana cya 16, intambara yo kwagura igihugu yabaye hagati y’u Rwanda n’Ubunyabungo yahitanye umwami w’ u Rwanda Ndahiro II Cyamatare. Amaze gutanga, igihugu cyaguye mu kangaratete gitegekwa n’Ubunyabungo.Komeza usome
Ibihugu biravuka, bigakura; uko ni nako byagendeye u Rwanda. Inkomoko yarwo ni umusozi wa Gasabo. Mu mpinga y’uwo musozi hitwa i Rwanda kuva kera ari naho hatumye igihugu cyose kitwa u Rwanda.Komeza usome
Rubengera iherereye mu karere ka Karongi, mu Burengerazuba bw’u Rwanda. Mu mateka y’uruhererekane nyemvugo, ubundi hitwa mu Bigabiro bya Rubengera bisobanura ko hahoze urugo rw’umwami.Komeza usome
Ishuri ryisumbuye ry’i Nyange riherereye mu Karere ka Ngororero, mu Burengerazuba bw’u Rwanda. Ubutwari bw’abanyeshuri baho bwatumye bashyirwa mu ntwari z’igihugu ziri mu kiciro cy’Imena.Komeza usome
Rwanda day Highlights
The 7th Rwanda Day was hosted in the Netherlands October 3 2015, at the RAI Convention Centre in Amsterdam. An estimated four thousand Rwandans had converged on Amsterdam, coming from Belgium, Norway, Switzerland, France, Denmark, Great Britain, and even Portugal. They garthered to interact and discuss on Rwanda's progress and solutions to challenges ahead. “Coming together as we are here today is one way of pulling as one for the common purpose of building our nation, a purpose to which every Rwandan and even the many friends of Rwanda are…