World Bank President Jim Yong Kim with Rwanda President Paul Kagame. The World Bank Group will be supporting Rwanda in its efforts to boost private sector-led growth to create jobs and reduce dependence on aid. Photo by: Dominic Chavez / World Bank / CC BY-NC-ND
Rwanda has been generally seen as a development success, having been able to turn around its economic and political situation in just two decades. During the period, the country was able to rise above its tumultuous past — 100-day genocide in 1994 — and achieve peace and stability.
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