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Democratic Green Party of Rwanda’s Pledge to Democracy, Gender Equality, and Progress

On Friday, October 27th,2023, the Democratic Green Party of Rwanda (DGPR-Green Party) held a women Congress in the Northern Province in Musanze District.

During this provincial women congress, the party highlighted its commitment to democracy and the improvement of various aspects of society, particularly focusing on promoting gender equality, family values, and innovations aligned with global standards.

In this gathering, women congress leaders from the different districts in the Northen province committed to reinforce the party’s activities and introduce fresh perspectives related to the global green agenda.

This includes technology, which is emphasized in the broader context of promoting women’s roles and welfare in society.

Athanasia Mukeshimana, who was elected to head the women’s wing of the Green Party in the Northern province, expressed the party’s dedication to empowering women and improving the overall well-being of the Rwandan population.

She stated that the Green Party remains committed to demonstrating the importance of women’s strength in nation-building, with a focus on family values and innovation.

She emphasized that these efforts would be achieved through collaboration with their male counterparts, and men should take part in promoting gender equality and family values. The aim is to create a society where everyone contributes to build a better future.

Justine Mukabihezande, the vice president of the national youth Green’s committee, expressed the importance of addressing challenges related to gender issues and the need to tap into the potential of women and men.

She stressed that they could contribute to societal progress, recognizing the value of unity between men and women.

Dr. Frank Habineza, athe President of the Democratic Green Party of #Rwanda, emphasized the party’s commitment to promoting gender equality and achieving the goals of gender balance. He mentioned the plan to conduct the national women greens congress in December and establish the national women greens League on the national level before the end of 2023. This will help in achieving the party goal of 50% female representation in various party positions and emphasizing the importance of women’s participation and representation in political and social spheres. 

The women’s wing of the party in the Northern Province, had delegates from  Burera, Rulindo, Gakenke, Gicumbi and Musanze Districts.

The Democratic Green Party of Rwanda (DGPR) has not only been at the forefront of promoting democracy and gender equality but has also demonstrated a robust commitment to environmental conservation.

In the recent congress held in this Province, the party reiterated its dedication to preserving the environment and working towards a more sustainable future for Rwanda.

The Green Party’s commitment to environmental conservation is aligned with global efforts to combat climate change and preserve the planet’s natural resources. By integrating these strategies into their political agenda, the party is not only contributing to a sustainable future for Rwanda but also setting an example for other nations to follow.

In a world where environmental challenges are increasingly urgent, the Democratic Green Party of Rwanda is stepping up to address these issues, making it clear that environmental conservation is a vital part of their vision for a better Rwanda.

Edited- Source: Democratic Green Party of Rwanda's Pledge to Democracy, Gender Equality, and Progress - Teradig News