In the year 2004, when the 10th Rwanda Anniversary of a genocide that claimed the lives of more than 10% of the population had thought. Focuses on the formulation of an economic strategy to rebuild the economy and its institutions after the devastation again. Rwanda, one of the poorest countries in the world, shows the challenges of economic development in Africa and other low-income countries. Provides a brief political and economic history of Rwanda, but focuses on the country from … Read more »

In the year 2004, when the 10th Rwanda Anniversary of a genocide that claimed the lives of more than 10% of the population had thought. Focuses on the formulation of an economic strategy to rebuild the economy and its institutions after the devastation again. Rwanda, one of the poorest countries in the world, shows the challenges of economic development in Africa and other low-income countries. Provides a brief political and economic history of Rwanda, but focuses on the land before and after the genocide. A description of government policy since 1994 allows the discussion of the efforts of the transitional government under Bizimungu (1994-2000) and the first Kagame government (2000-2004) to restore and build the economy. Provides detailed social and economic data from 2004, the. Evaluating the results of the policy Closes when President Kagame, now officially elected as head of state, holds an economic strategy to Rwanda to meet current challenges and increase the prosperity of the country in the next decade.
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Michael E. Porter
Source: Harvard Business School
34 pages.
Release Date: 31, March 2006. Prod #: 706 491 PDF-ENG
Rwanda: National Economic Transformation HBR case solution

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