A quarter century after the genocide, Rwanda is peaceful and prosperous, and an anchor of stability in Africa.
But with still-high levels of poverty, Rwanda must continue to put effort into development and economic growth so that it can achieve self-reliance and higher income across the population.
We have supported those efforts in many ways – through advice on private sector approaches to infrastructure, telecommunications and the tea industry. We have also worked in the public sector to develop a management information system and integrate climate change, gender and growing of nutritious foods into agricultural policies in Rwanda. ASI has also been involved in education and early childhood programmes.