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HANDOVER CEREMONY OF THE PROJECT FOR SLUMS UPGRADING IN KARONGI DISTRICT
ERADICATING ASBESTOS FOR HEALTHY WORKING AND COMMERCIAL ENVIRONMENT
BUILDING MORE SECONDARY CITIES TO BOOST RWANDA'S ECONOMIC GROWTH

 31th July 2014, handover ceremonies of the Project for Slums Upgrading (Amélioration des Quartiers Précaires de la Province de l’Ouest: AQUPO) held in Rusizi District. This project had been

HANDOVER CEREMONY OF THE PROJECT FOR SLUMS UPGRADING IN KARONGI DISTRICT

Background: In July 2008, a financing agreement was signed between the Ministry of Infrastructure (MININFRA), UN-Habitat and UNDP to finance a project of slums upgrading in Western Province

ERADICATING ASBESTOS FOR HEALTHY WORKING AND COMMERCIAL ENVIRONMENT

 More than one million square metres of asbestos roofing have to be cleared and disposed of by 2016, an exercise that will cost both government and the private sector an estimated

BUILDING MORE SECONDARY CITIES TO BOOST RWANDA'S ECONOMIC GROWTH

The last decennium, Rwanda has seen a significant economic growth. The Government of Rwanda is committed to accelerate growth rate in order to reach 11,5% per annum(EDPRS2). ‘Urban economy’
 

 31th July 2014, handover ceremonies of the Project for Slums Upgrading (Amélioration des Quartiers Précaires de la Province de l’Ouest: AQUPO) held in Rusizi District. This project had been initiated through the financial...[more]

HANDOVER CEREMONY OF THE PROJECT FOR SLUMS UPGRADING IN KARONGI DISTRICT

Background: In July 2008, a financing agreement was signed between the Ministry of Infrastructure (MININFRA), UN-Habitat and UNDP to finance a project of slums upgrading in Western Province respectively in Karongi and Rusizi...[more]

ERADICATING ASBESTOS FOR HEALTHY WORKING AND COMMERCIAL ENVIRONMENT

 More than one million square metres of asbestos roofing have to be cleared and disposed of by 2016, an exercise that will cost both government and the private sector an estimated Rwf23b.Asbestos, a natural mineral, was...[more]

BUILDING MORE SECONDARY CITIES TO BOOST RWANDA'S ECONOMIC GROWTH

The last decennium, Rwanda has seen a significant economic growth. The Government of Rwanda is committed to accelerate growth rate in order to reach 11,5% per annum(EDPRS2). ‘Urban economy’ should contribute significant to this...[more]

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