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Economic Development and Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper 2013-2018

Republic of Rwanda Country Resources Development and Poverty Strategies Rwanda December 2013 Policy document development, Economic activity, poverty, strategy

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The EDPRS 2 period is the time when our private sector is expected to take the driving seat
in economic growth and poverty reduction. Through this strategy we will focus government
efforts on transforming the economy, the private sector and alleviating constraints to growth
of investment. We will develop the appropriate skills and competencies to allow our people
particularly the youth to become more productive and competitive to support our ambitions.
We will also strengthen the platform for communities to engage decisively and to continue to
develop home grown solutions that have been the bedrock of our success. These are
fundamental principles as we work to improve the lives of all Rwandans in the face of an
uncertain global economic environment.


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