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Donald Kaberuka Kaberuka was born in Byumba, Rwanda. He studied at the University of Dar es Salaam as an undergraduate and obtained his MPhil in Development Studies from the University of East Anglia in 1979. He received his PhD in economics from the University of Glasgow.
Donald Kaberuka He worked in banking and international trade for over a decade. In October 1997 he was appointed Minister of Finance and Economic Planning in Rwanda. Kaberuka served in that position for eight years, and is credited with helping to stabilize the Rwandan economy from the effects of the 1994 genocide. In July 2005, Kaberuka was elected president of the African Development Bank (AfDB). He took office in September 2005.
Donald Kaberuka Donald P. Kaberuka (born 5 October 1951) is a Rwandan economist and was the president of the African Development Bank from September 2005 until September 2015.
Donald Kaberuka A working group convened by the Center for Global Development, an independent Washington think tank, released a report in September 2006 that offered six recommendations for Kaberuka and the bank's board of directors on broad principles to guide the bank's renewal. The report contains six recommendations for management and shareholders as they address the urgent task of reforming Africa’s development bank. Prominent among the recommendations is a strong focus on infrastructure.
Jane Kaberuka Her next book was "It's Natural Darling", a book about womanhood, narrated by a fictional mother who wishes she had prepared her daughter better for the onset of menstruation. An author’s note comments on the widespread absence of discussion of sex even amongst family members.
Jane Kaberuka Within a few weeks, Kaberuka was seriously hurt in a car accident, dislocating her neck and losing sensation in her limbs. She was treated unsuccessfully in Nairobi and then taken to Germany for repeated surgery and prolonged treatment. Eventually, she recovered the ability to walk a little.
Donald Kaberuka In November 2015, the Rockefeller Foundation appointed Dr. Donald Kaberuka to its board of trustees. In December 2015, he was appointed Senior Advisor to a consortium, "TPG/Satya", jointly owned by two private equity firms: the US-based TPG and the London-based Satya Capital, affiliated with Sudanese billionaire Mo Ibrahim.
Jane Kaberuka In 1999 she published her novel "Silent Patience" which begins with an arranged marriage. It raises "questions about some of Uganda's traditional societal values" and looks at “gender discrimination” in 20th century East Africa. This book was published by Femrite, an organisation which encourages Ugandan women writers.
Jane Kaberuka The "Cherished Grass Widow" came out in 2003. This novel explores difficulties women may face in marriage and challenges the practice of polygamy.
Jane Kaberuka Kaberuka was born on 28 August 1956 in Bunyoro, Western Uganda. She went to Kyebambe Girls Secondary School but was delayed for a year in completing high school by difficulties relating to her Rwandan heritage. She eventually went to Gayaza High School. Kaberuka married at the age of nineteen, a decision "not made by herself", and then studied for her science degree at Makerere University. Her studies had to fit around babies and motherhood.