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17 May, at 13 : 08 PM Print
Rwanda government has set a development slogan, “making the land of 1000 hills an ICT hub” and ever since the stipulation of vision 2020, several strides have been made to attain the set goal. From policy formulations, investment into ICT Education to sensitizing the entire Rwandan population, the government of Rwanda has done;
During Prime Minister Pierre Damien Habumuremyi’s report about the cabinet’s progress over the past 3 months and prospects for the coming 3 months, a radio and a telephone were part of what the cabinet wants in every Rwandan home.
Speaking during his recent meetings with the Press, the PM emphasized the importance of telephones not only as a medium of communication but also as a tool that can be used to get other useful information like bank status.
“Rwandans need to have radios in order to be able to follow developmental programs that will continue to help them get develop themselves.” Urged the PM
The prime minister’s statement went ahead to give other detailed resolutions like the government’s decision to encourage all Rwandans to set yearly targets in by noting them done on a paper. Individual targets will combine with government’s targets to bring about an overall countrywide development.