The comprehensive assessment of Rwanda CRVS is a direct response to the declaration of the Second Conference of African Ministers Responsible for Civil Registration in September 2012. The Conference urged all African countries to undertake in-depth assessment of the state of their national civil registration systems and develop a strategic and action plans for improving CRVS.
This report reviews the current relationship between National Institute for Statistics Rwanda (NISR) and other constituent parts of the National Statistical System (NSS) and sets out measures for the strengthening of the framework in Rwanda for the coordination of official statistics.
The word curation comes from the Latin word curare, meaning - to take care. Stretching the traditional meaning and juxtaposing it with data life-cycle, ‘data curation’ as a process means, at least four things. It means to identify data (required to be curated). It means to preserve data. It means to provide context to data. And it means to make data easily discoverable and accessible.
NSDS2 has been developed through a highly participatory and consultative process involving the members of NSS, including private sector, national and sub-national institutions and development partners (public, non-public, national and international including civil society). This is the final document which articulates the strategies for the development of the National Statistical System (NSS) in Rwanda for the period 2014/15 – 2018/19. It has been approved by the Cabinet of Rwanda on 10 September 2014 and has been officially launched on 26 November 2014
This policy document addresses the conditions and the manner in which anonymised microdata files may be released to users for research purposes while ensuring that the confidentiality of information provided by respondents is respected. The objective of this policy is to define the nature of the anonymised microdata files that will be released, the intended use of these files and the conditions under which these files will be released.
Rwanda’s Economic Development and Poverty Reduction Strategy (EDPRS) provides a medium term framework for achieving the country’s long term development aspirations as embodied in Rwanda Vision 2020, the seven year Government of Rwanda (GoR) programme, and the Millennium Development Goals. The implementation of the EDPRS will require RWF 5,151 billion over the five years 2008-2012.
The EDPRS Results and Policy Matrix is structured on 3 major strategic objectives of; Increased economic growth, Managing population growth rate and enhancing population development and Enhanced gains through good governance.