Rwanda: People Living With Albinism Get Subsidised Creams

Two years since President Paul Kagame urged concerned institutions to improve access to sunscreen body lotions and creams to afford people living with albinism normal lives, the products have arrived in the country and their distribution will begin soon.

Albinism is a condition that comes about as a result of lack of pigmentation (melanin) in the hair, skin and eyes, causing vulnerability to the sun and bright light.

Kagame made the call in 2018 during a ‘Meet the President’ session at Intare…


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