The National Institute of Statistics of Rwanda has put in place a number of innovative tools to significantly revolutionize data management and data dissemination in Rwanda.
Rwanda is to conduct the fourth Integrated Household Living Conditions Survey (EICV 4) that is slated to start in May this year.
Prices of Rwandan consumer goods increased 0.20 per cent in February 2013, according to the monthly publication released by the National Institute of Statistics of Rwanda (NISR).
78 percent of the whole cultivated land in Rwanda is protected against soil erosion, although the irrigation still does not appear to be a widespread practice across the country.
More than half of civil servants in health centers in Rwanda are women representing 58.6 per cent, according to the latest findings published in an official report on Gender Statistics highlighting the gender equality and development issue.
The proportion of the Rwandan population with access to improved drinking water sources increased from 77 per cent to 87 per cent between 2005 and 2011.
Most parts of Rwanda are witnessing improved food security, according to the third Comprehensive Food Security and Vulnerability Analysis and Nutrion Survey (CFSVA) that highlights challenges related to population growth, widespread poverty and high levels of chronic malnutrion.