The Demographic Dividend study on Rwanda assessed the socio-economic and human development potential of our country in the short, medium and long-term period using a comprehensive approach. It generated relevant policy and programme information to guide a well-informed polciy required to propel Rwanda towards achieving its aspirations of being high middle income country by 2035 and high income country by 2050.
This is the Atlas publication for the Fourth Population and Housing Census that was conducted in 2012
The present Publication Tables constitutes the Final results of the 2012 Census, and are intended to provide, in tabulation form, the most important information needed as a basis for programmes of economic and social development and to be used for research purposes.
The 2002 Census collected a number of demographic and socio-economic characteristics and indicated a total population of 8,128,553 people. Following the United Nations Decennial Census Programme, the 2012 Census is the Fourth Rwanda Population and Housing Census (RPHC4)
The work presented in this report represents an independent quality review conducted in parallel with the thematic analysis of the Fourth Rwanda Population and Housing Census (RPHC4). It covers the work done prior, during, and after enumeration to maximise the data quality.
The results from the population projections demonstrate evidence that in the next 20 years Rwandan population will be considerably different in terms of size, structure and composition than it is currently.
The present report presents the results of the Post Enumeration Survey of the 2012 Population and Housing Census along with a description of the procedures and operations followed in undertaking the PES. Chapter One is devoted to the Survey Methodology, while Chapter Two deals with Evaluation of Census Coverage and Chapter three is designated to Evaluation of Census Content.
This thematic report presents findings from the Fourth Rwanda Population and Housing Census (RPHC4)on the characteristics of the population aged 60.
This report provides a profile of the size and structure of the child population, and examines its socio-demographic and socio-economic characteristics. It also explores the situation of particularly vulnerable groups of children, including orphans and child-headed households.
This thematic report presents the findings from the Fourth Rwanda Population and Housing Census (RPHC4) on the characteristics of persons with disabilities under the following three broad headings: (i) the number, prevalence, types, and causes of disability; (ii) the demographic, social and economic characteristics of persons with disabilities; and (iii) the characteristics of household heads with disabilities and the living standards of their households.