Under its mid- to long-term development plan “Rwanda Vision 2020,” the government of Rwanda is now actively promoting economic development with its objective of lifting the per capita GDP from US $220 in 2000 to US $900 by 2020. The country's economic structure, however, remains vulnerable: as a landlocked country relying on agriculture as its primary industry, Rwanda has a chronic trade deficit. Upgrading of physical infrastructure and enhancement of capacity and human skills are keys to expand role of private sector. JICA's support to Rwanda is primarily focused on: 1) economic infrastructure, 2) promotion of value added agriculture, 3) water and sanitation, and 4) human resource development.
|December 6, 2017||Data Collection Survey on Investment Promotion in the Republic of Rwanda|
|August 23, 2016||Publications|
|July 28, 2016||Press Release, Topics & Events, Photo Gallery, Publications|
|July 22, 2016||Message from the Chief Representative|
|October 19, 2018||Goal of Doubling Rice Production in Sub-Saharan Africa in 10 Years to Be Met in 2018|
|March 23, 2018||Signing of Japanese ODA Loan Agreement with Rwanda: Contributing to smooth intra-regional transportation through improvements to international trunk roads|