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Ministerial Instructions Regulating Private Certification Bodies Offering Product And System Certification

Ministry of Trade and Industry, Ministry of Justice,, Rwanda

This document contains Ministerial Instructions regulating private certification bodies offering product and system certification; Ministerial Order granting legal status to the Association «Rwanda Dental Association (RDA) » and approving its Legal Representatives; Ministerial Order granting legal status to the Association «Rwanda Association of Environmental Health Practitioners (RWAEH) » and approving its Legal Representatives; Ministerial Order granting legal status to the Association «Rwanda Society of Ultrasound (RSU) » and approving its Legal Representatives; and Ministerial Order granting legal status of the Association «Christian Life Assembly (C.L.A)» and approving its Legal Representatives.

Rwanda 2012 Democracy and Governance

Law Modifying And Complementing Law N° 49/2013 Of 28/06/2013 Establishing Road Maintenance Fund (Rmf) And Determining Its Mission, Organisation And Functioning

Government, Rwanda

This document contains law modifying and complementing Law n° 49/2013 of 28/06/2013 establishing Road Maintenance Fund (RMF) and determining its mission, organisation and functioning; law regulating the tourism industry in Rwanda; law authorizing ratification of the tripartite mutual peace and security pact, signed at Kampala, Uganda on 20 February 2014; the presidential order determining the organisation and functioning of the adminsitrative organs of the village; and the presidential order determining organization of the cell council.

Rwanda 2014 Democracy and Governance

Economic Development and Poverty Reduction Strategy (2008-2012)

Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning, Rwanda

The economic development and poverty reduction strategy of Rwanda represents the implementation framework towards achieving the key targets and objectives enshrined in the vision 2020, MDGs, and the seven year government of Rwanda programme.

Rwanda 2007 Democracy and Governance

Order on the Steering Committee in Charge of Approval and Oversight of Public Private Partnership

Ministry of Public Service and Labour, Rwanda

The order determines the functioning of the Steering Committee in charge of approval and oversight of public private partnership. The ministers of finance and economic planning, infrastructure, and the Chief Executive Officer of Rwanda Development Board are entrusted with the implementation of this Order.

Rwanda 2017 Democracy and Governance

Order Establishing the Kigali Special Economic Zone (KSEZ)

Ministry of Public Service and Labour, Rwanda

The ministerial order by the Prime Minister establishes the Kigali special economic zone (KSEZ). The KSEZ shall consist of both a free trade zone area, and a non free trade zone area. The KSEZ is established to promote a conducive environment suitable for trades in agro industry, tourism, construction, financial, technology, and other economic development activities.

Rwanda 2016 Democracy and Governance

Rwanda Vision 2020

Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning, Rwanda

The government of Rwanda seeks to chart the course towards unifying the country in the aftermath of the 1994 genocide in the country. It is the hope of the government that the long term developmental plans and ambitious goals highlighted in the vision 2020, will help the country in breaking its citizens out of the vicious cycle of poverty. The vision is backed by six pillars including; good governance and an efficient State, skilled human capital, vibrant private sector, world class physical infrastructure and modern agriculture and livestock.

Rwanda 2000 Democracy and Governance

Result Based Performance Management (RBM) Policy for Rwanda Public Service

Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning, Rwanda

RBM is a management strategy that involves setting targets for institutional workers and compelling them to meet such targets. This form of approach tends to maximize output from public officials to ensure value for tax payers funds is justified. This policy strives to provide principles, guidelines, rules, and rationale towards implementing this form of management strategy. The policy identifies past efforts aimed at performance management, prominent among which is the Imihigo; “a performance based and accountability mechanism”. However, this present policy focuses on digging deeper and drive performance of public officials to ensure the targets of its visions and goals are accomplished as at when due.

Rwanda 2015 Democracy and Governance

SMART Rwanda Master Plan (2015-2020)

Ministry of Trade and Industry, Rwanda

The SMART Rwanda masterplan is to serve as the backbone for the transformation agenda of the government. It sets out as a guide in the country’s quest for transformation of the society through “efficient processes, systems, and infrastructure”. It ultimately seeks to deliver the following dividends upon expiration; 24-hour self-service government by 2018, cashless and paperless government, significant contribution to the country’s GDP, creation of jobs through direct investment based on the masterplan, etc.

Rwanda Democracy and Governance

Economic Development and Poverty Reduction Strategy 2008-2012

Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning, Rwanda

This strategy marks the government of Rwanda’s Medium-term strategy for economic growth, poverty reduction, and human development. The strategy recognizes the long, and necessary path Rwanda has toured since the aftermath of the genocidal activities of 1994. It notes the relative stability it has attained since it started its recovery process. The EDPRS contains strategies and targets at consolidating achievements in human development. Floating of flagship program towards poverty reduction, good governance, and sustainable growth is also chiefly contained in this document.

Rwanda 2007 Democracy and Governance

National Strategy for Tranformation - NST I (2017-2024)

Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning, Rwanda

The national strategy for transformation represents the 7-year government program in Rwanda as the government transitions from its vision 2020 to the new vision 2050. It is expected that this transformation strategy will serve as a foundation on which other relevant policies will rally around to ensure high living standards for the people of Rwanda. It seeks to consolidate on the achievements of EDPRS II and become the implementation tool for the remainder of vision 2020 as well as chart the course for the first four years of vision 2050.

Rwanda Democracy and Governance

Rwanda Vision 2020 (Revised)

Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning, Rwanda

The vision 2020 highlights the resolve of the government of Rwanda to chart the course towards transition towards a democratic and united country. Attainment of a middle-income status driven by knowledge is a key component of this vision. It is hoped that this would translate into better living standard for Rwandans in all spheres of life. This vision is backed by six pillars including; good governance and an efficient State, skilled human capital, vibrant private sector, world class physical infrastructure and modern agriculture and livestock. These pillars are geared towards success in national, regional and global markets.

Rwanda 2012 Democracy and Governance

Economic Development and Poverty Reduction Strategy II - EDPRS 2 (2013-2018)

Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning, Rwanda

The EDPRS II follows from the achievements of EDPRS I. It seeks to address the challenges still militating against achieving the visions of the country as enshrined in the vision 2020. This phase aims to ensure the private sector takes a driving seat in the goal of poverty reduction and economic development.

Rwanda 2013 Democracy and Governance

Skills Area and Numbers of Priority Skills Required Across Rwanda

Ministry of Public Service and Labour, Rwanda

This brings to prominence, government’s resolve to address the gap between the demand and supply of labor in the country. It aims to explore strategies to improve the citizen’s relevant skills to ensure the demand for labor is met.

Rwanda 2013 Democracy and Governance

The Electoral and Political Parties Law of Ethiopia Proclamation

Ethiopia, The National Electoral Board of Ethiopia

This proclamation is applicable to; all general elections conducted in Ethiopia as well as local elections, by -elections, reelections, and referendums; and citizens who have formed a political part y to contest in elections; political parties along with their leaders, chairpersons, members, supporters, representatives, party or individual candidates; fronts, coalitions, alliances and mergers.

Ethiopia 2019 Democracy and Governance

Refugees Proclamation No.1110/2019

Council of Ministers/Agency for Refugee and Returnee Affairs, Ethiopia

This proclamation applies to any person who is a refuge applying for recognition or is a recognized refugee in Ethiopia and has a right or is subjected to obligations arising from this Proclamation or participates in the implementation of this proclamation. It discusses the procedures for determination of refugee status rights and obligations of asylum-seekers and recognized refugees.

Ethiopia 2019 Democracy and Governance

Ethiopia’s Overseas Employment Proclamation No.923/2016

Ethiopia, Ministry of Foreign Affairs

This proclamation applies to overseas employment relation of Ethiopians’ conducted by public employ ment organs, through Agency or on direct employment and Ethiopians travelling to abroad to engage in overseas contracts of house maid service for non-profit making purposes.

Ethiopia 2016 Democracy and Governance