Sustainable Development Goal is to be able to understand and measure poverty in all its forms and end it everywhere. The Rwanda’s case. By Milton Funes

Orderliness and rule of law make Kigali stand out among chaotic cities in the continent. There is an apparent commitment by the Rwandese to do things correctly by willingly following their own policies, laws and rules. By George Wachira

Rwanda could be the only african country where ordinary citizens have unlimited audience with their president. Every Rwandan citizen can schedule a meeting with him provided that they do so in the right manner and by adhering to the right protocol.  By Lionel Nishimwe.

De retour du Rwanda, la question qui taraude nos méninges est la suivante : le Mali n’a-t-il pas intérêt à s’inspirer du Rwanda qui, après le génocide, s’est brillamment remis sur pied. Par Hamady Tamba

When Rwanda took up the huge challenge, it was well aware that it would come under the spotlight. It would be meticulously dissected by its enemies who still refuse to acknowledge the "miracle" of the country's transformation is the handiwork visionary leadership and a determined Head of State who has the people's support.
By Alain Billen

Une capitale est la vitrine d’un pays. Beaucoup de visiteurs sont revenus de Kigali émerveillés, conquis, bref subjugués par cette capitale africaine. Par Ousmane Ibrahima Dia, APS

Rwanda’s policies and state agencies are the most supportive in sustaining development and poverty reduction compared to its East African peers.