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STUDY VISITS
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Over the last two years, more than 150 delegations from countries across the globe, counting over 1,500 people have taken part in study visits to Rwanda to gain an understanding of the country’s development journey and innovative policy initiatives. The duration of study visits typically ranges from a few days to weeks, depending on the importance of the matter under study and the time required to complete it.

Activities conducted during study visits

We are very grateful to the Rwanda Cooperation team for the effort and level of organization that was put into making our study visit what it was. It was a privilege to have such an opportunity to benefit from Rwanda’s experience in advancing PFM reforms. The quality of the presentations and discussions was exceptional. We indeed achieved the objectives of the mission, and we truly look forward to a continued collaboration as we strive to strengthen the PFM systems of our countries.

Robert Otala,

PFM Reforms Expert in the Office of the Accountant General,

Federal Government of Somalia

We extend our appreciation to the wonderful Rwanda Cooperation team. The logistical and substantive support that they provided to the delegation from Eritrea was a true demonstration of competency and professionalism. They did not spare any effort to share with us Rwanda’s experience and knowledge; and while at it, they made us feel comfortable and welcome. Thank you for your support, we hope to work with you again in the near future.

Jacqueline Nzoyihera,

UNDP Human Rights Specialist,

UNDP

Rwanda Cooperation has really made us comfortable. They coordinated really well what we needed to learn and where we needed to be, and it's quite an eye-opener on how we should also be able to do the same: make sure that inter-agency cooperation is strong.

Eric Nderitu,

Assistant Director ICT in the Ministry of Health,

Republic of Kenya

Rwanda has accorded us a very warm welcome. We’ve seen the strong commitment which you have in developing the nation, and how you are also committed to working with other countries like Malawi. We are thankful, and I’m sure some ministers will be coming too, when we share the lessons with them.

Hon. Patricia Kaliati,

Minister of Gender,

Republic of Malawi

The study visit program was shared with us before we got to Rwanda, but I will say that what we learned exceed our expectations. From the field visits, to the tours, to courtesy calls to Parliament; the way Rwanda Cooperation packaged everything was really, really good. On behalf of everyone I came with, I would like to thank Rwanda Cooperation for the wonderful experience of the beauty and hospitality of Rwanda that they gave us.

Saboi Imboela,

Chairperson of the National Women in Politics Platform,

Republic of Zambia