Government of Rwanda and The Arab Bank for Economic Development in Africa (BADEA) on the sidelines of the ongoing first 2019 BADEA Board of Directors Meeting in Kigali signed a concessional loan agreement worth US$ 20 million...[more]
The private sector has to play a major role in the implementation of the National Strategy for Transformation (NST1) if its objectives are to be achieved, Dr. Claudine Uwera, the Minister of State in charge of Economic Planning...[more]
The Fifteenth Annual Development Partners Retreat (DPR), an annual meeting of Government of Rwanda officials and Development Partners kicked off today in Nyagatare District.
Held under the theme “Partnerships for Rwanda’s...[more]
Standard and Poor’s on Friday affirmed Rwanda at B/B; outlook positive. The positive outlook reflects S&P view that the upcoming pipeline of investment projects, along with higher exports and consumption, will drive strong...[more]
As provided for under article 41 of Organic Law N°12/2013/OL of 12/09/2013 on State Finances and Property, the Minister of Finance and Economic Planning Dr. Uzziel Ndagijimana today tabled before Parliament the 2018-19 revised...[more]
The Government of Rwanda and the African Development Bank (AfDB) today signed a loan agreement worth 115 million Euros (approximately Frw 116 Billion) additional funding for the sustainable water supply and sanitation program....[more]
Rwanda - World Bank Group Sign Housing Finance Project Agreement.
Today, Government of Rwanda and the World Bank Group signed a $150 million (worthy ……..Frw) International Development Association credit...[more]
Today, Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning hosted the Development Partner Coordination Group (DPCG), a quarterly consultative meeting between Government of Rwanda officials and development Partners meeting.
Today, Government of Rwanda and Netherlands signed Memorandum of Understanding for additional financing grant worth EUR 22,000,000 (approximately Frw 21.9 billions) to support Integrated Water Resources Management Program.
Kigali, Rwanda, 20 November 2018
With an average growth rate of 6.7% between 2013 and 2017 - double the African average - East Africa is one of the fastest growing regions in the world, accompanied by rapid social...[more]
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