The purpose of the present report is to analyze the results of the pilot Labour Force Survey (LFS) and to assess the survey instrument for possible modifications in preparation for the main survey to be conducted in August 2016. The analysis of the pilot LFS results is presented in the main body of the report. The presentation follows the layout of a full-fledge LFS report and is intended to provide a test of report writing and documentation of survey results.
The six thematic reports in this series are: (i) Economic Activity; (ii) Utilities and Amenities (water/sanitation/energy/housing/transport/ICT); (iii) Environment and Natural Resources; (iv) Gender; (v) Youth; (vi) Education.
In Rwanda, according to the Population and Housing Census conducted in 2012 (2012RPHC), the population aged 16 years and above increased during the last decade.
Rwanda has always recorded a higher female employment rate over past ten years than in men category. Even though the difference is not so big, women are still having a bigger employment rate since 2000.