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  • Publication - Working Paper

    Using machine learning and remote sensing to value property in Rwanda

    18 Feb 2020 | Paul Brimble, Patrick McSharry, Felix Bachofer, Jonathan Bower, Andreas Braun

  • Project

    Scoping paper and support for REB teacher recruitment process

    The Rwanda Education Board will be managing the recruitment and deployment of teachers nationwide, as previously these decisions were managed by local (district) governments. This provides an opportunity to address key sources of inefficiency that are typical of human resource challenges in civil services around the developing world including high levels of churn, low...

    13 Feb 2020 | Andrew Zeitlin

  • Project

    Support for RSSB strategy and data infrastructure

    The Rwanda Social Security Board (RSSB) is deeply embedded into the Rwandan economy, providing substantial financial buoyancy to the banking and construction sector, and its programmes are critical to protecting the welfare of citizens and providing citizens protections as they transition out of low productivity agriculture to higher productivity employment. However, the...

    13 Feb 2020 | Maureen Lewis

  • Publication - Project Report

    Supply chain trade in East Africa

    13 Feb 2020 | Jaime de Melo, Anna Twum

  • Publication - Policy paper

    Housing policies in Rwanda: Riding the urbanisation whirlwind

    3 Feb 2020 | Jonathan Bower, Robert Buckley

  • Publication - Policy Brief

    Density, connectivity and liveability: Linking the Kigali Master Plan to economic development

    The 2013 Kigali Master Plan has contributed to Kigali becoming one of the most liveable and green cities on the continent. However, it has been criticised for being disconnected from economic planning, by being overly rigid, unevenly regulated and unaffordable for households and businesses to implement. Whilst the Kigali 2018 Master Plan Review is on course to do...

    15 Jan 2020 | Jonathan Bower

  • Publication - Project Report

    Addressing efficiency and quality in Rwanda’s health system

    The Rwanda Social Security Board (RSSB) has a critical role in Rwanda’s healthcare system; to fulfil this role, it requires solid rules, analysis and provider compliance to ensure a functioning, efficient and quality healthcare system. As the major national payer, RSSB has considerable leverage over providers, and at the same time has responsibility for setting the rules...

    3 Jan 2020 | Maureen Lewis

  • Publication - Project Report, Working Paper

    Incubation of capabilities to run centralised assignment mechanisms in Rwanda

    3 Jan 2020 | Christoper Neilson, Andrew Zeitlin, Felipe Saint-Jean

  • Project

    Rwanda land tenure Regularisation

    The registration of land rights is one of the key challenges facing policymakers today. Secure, legally enforceable, and marketable land rights allow cities to become a platform of productivity by ensuring that owners have the security to invest and transact land. They also allow governments to plan and tax land for the public good. Theirry Ngoga Hoza - who was closely...

    18 Dec 2019 | Thierry Hoza Ngoga

  • Project

    Scoping visit and policy review for Rwanda Social Security Board

    This project responds to a request from the Director-General of the Rwanda Social Security Board (RSSB), the body that finances the bulk of the private and public healthcare in the country. Rwanda has a unique healthcare system where financing relies on a combination of social health insurance, community health insurance, government subsidies for low-income households,...

    18 Dec 2019 | Maureen Lewis