Airtel plans to invest more than $100 million in its operations in Rwanda over the next three years.
What does RWA stand for?
RWA stands for Rwanda
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- Risk-Weighted Assets
- Road Warrior Athletics (Chicago, IL clothing store)
- Romance Writers of America
- Rook- en Warmteafvoer (Dutch: Smoke and Heat; extraction system)
- Rotary-Wing Aircraft
- Rotating Wave Approximation
- Routing and Wavelength Assignment
- Royal West Academy (Montreal, Canada)
- Royal West of England Academy of Art (Bristol, England)
- Rush\Wright Associates (landscape architects)
- Routing and Wavelength Assignment in Networks with Sparse Wavelength Conversion
- Red Wing Arts Association (Minnesota)
- Ron Wright and Associates/Architects (Seattle, WA)
- Republican Women of Anne Arundel County (Maryland)
- Read-Write, Automatic Clear Register (computing)
- Reading and Writing in the Academic Community
- Rebel Without A Cause (movie)
- Rebels Without A Car (band)
- Romance Writers of Atlantic Canada (professional organization)
- Routing, Wavelength, and Capacity
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In 1994 decades of ethnic tension, political turmoil, and violence in Rwanda erupted into 100 horrific days of bloodshed, leaving an estimated 800,000 dead.
MOVIE REVIEW Hotel Rwanda United Artists Directed by Terry George Starring Don Cheadle, Sophie Okonedo, Nick Nolte THE MOST TEMPTING mistake when one looks at an event like the 1994 genocide in Rwanda is to think that if you talk to all the right people, read all the right books or see the right movies, you will understand.
Greatly disturbed by the images, he was seized by the idea of transposing the unspeakable events in Rwanda into a film.
ONE of THE most HAUNTING moments in Peter Raymont's latest film Shake Hands with the Devil: The Journey of Romeo Dallaire is in an old church in Rwanda that now holds the skulls of hundreds of people who were brutally murdered during the 1994 genocide.