Committee of 10 African Ministers of Finance will convene in Kigali to discuss the implementation of 0.2% import levy by member states towards Financing of the African Union
Permanent Secretaries, Province and District Executive Secretaries are currently in Rubavu District for a three-day planning retreat to ensure consistent and harmonized prioritization of plans and budgets for the Fiscal Year...[more]
Kigali. December 21, 2017: The Government of Rwanda and the World Bank today signed $80 million (approximately Frw 67 billion) financing agreement to support the effectiveness of Rwanda’s social protection system, notably the...[more]
December 7, 2017: The Government of Rwanda and the Republic of Korea signed a financing agreement worth US$ 7 million (Approximately Frw 5.9 billion) to support ICT development in schools.
Dubbed Capacity Development for ICT in...[more]
Kigali December 7, 2017: The Government of Rwanda and the World Bank Group today signed a US$ 68 million (approximately Frw 59 Billion) Additional Financing Grant Agreement for the on-going Feeder Roads Development Project (FRDP)...[more]
Government of Rwanda and the World Bank today signed the first Energy Sector Development Policy Operation (DPO) financing agreement worth US$ 125 Million (approximately Frw 104 Billion).
The financial support which is in form of...[more]
Government of Rwanda and the African Development Bank (AfDB) today signed two financing agreements worth US$ 255.4 million (approximately Frw 215 billion) to support sustainable water supply (US$ 171million) and Sanitation and...[more]
Chief Budget Managers (CBMs) have been urged to observe prudent Public Financial Management (PFM) if Rwanda is to meet its strategic development objectives.
CBMs comprise of permanent secretaries, district executive secretaries...[more]
The IMF team reached preliminary agreement with the government, subject to approval by IMF management and its Executive Board, on policies that could support completion of the eighth and third reviews of Rwanda’s PSI- and...[more]
During the first half of the year, Rwanda recorded a low growth rate of 2.9% on average mainly due to low growth of the industry and services sectors as activity in construction recorded a deceleration of -5.5% (attributed to the...[more]
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