EICV 5 - Main Indicators Report 2016/17
The Fifth Integrated Household Living Survey (EICV5) was conducted from October 2016 to October 2017, and is designed to provide accurate and up-to-date information that are useful to government, analysts and the public as they seek to monitor and evaluate efforts to reduce poverty.
This report presents and discusses key results from the EICV5 in the areas of demographic characteristics, migration, health, education, the characteristics of households and dwellings in Rwanda, economic activity patterns, environmental issues and households' access to credits and savings.
It also includes selected results in the area of social protection, drawing on the thematic report about Social Protection that has been prepared in parallel to the work on the main indicators. More in-depth reports on a series of key policy areas, such as economic activity, education, youth, and gender, among others, have been produced for subsequent analysis.
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|Data in MS Excel (289.2 KB)||2019|