Ese Tumaze Kubaka Pavoma Zingahe?
Muri Mutarama 2018, Tube Heza yari imaze kubaka pavoma kuri meterokare 51,496 zasimbuye ibitaka mu nzu. Ibi byatumye ingo zirenga 1878 zo mu midugudu irenga 300 itandukanye zagezweho ku buryo abazituyemo bataterwa n’indwara ziva mu mwanda. Dukorera mu turere dutanu mu Rwanda hamwe n’akandi karere kamwe ko muri Uganda, tunafite gahunda yo kwagura ibikorwa tukongeraho akarere kamwe kamwe muri buri gihugu mu mwaka wa 2018.
Igishushanyo mbonera kijyanye n’amazu yubatswe (Kamena 2018)
Ikiyongeraho, twatanze akazi gahoraho ku bantu barenga 80. Mu muco wa kampani yacu habamo gukora ibikenewe n’ibishoboka byose kugira tugire abakozi babigize umwuga. Tugira ibihe bitandukanye byo gutoza abakozi, kandi tugenda tubahindurira inshingano kugira babashe kuzamuka mu myanya yo gufata ibyemezo biteguye. Ikigereranyo cy’ibura ry’akazi mu rubyiruko mu Rwanda kiri hejuru cyane. Biramenyerewe ko umuntu arangiza kaminuza akaba nta kazi afite. Twizera ko ari inshingano zacu gushaka no gutoza abakozi b’urubyiruko bifuza kuba mu bazamura iterambere ry’igihugu.
Rwanda is one of the smallest countries in Africa located just south of the Equator and bordered by Burundi, Uganda, Congo, and Tanzania. Though small (just 10,000 square miles), it is very densely populated, being home to almost 12 million people.
Rwanda is also stunningly beautiful, filled with lush green mountains, thousands of species of flora & fauna and nearly half of the world’s remaining mountain gorillas. But things aren’t always easy here. Rwanda is completely land-locked, which means it can be very difficult to bring supplies into the country and that any supplies brought in will be quite expensive and often difficult for locals to afford. The economy is based mainly on agriculture with almost 90% of workers working on farms.
You might know Rwanda for another reason. Rwanda is a country only 20 years out of one of the most devastating genocides in world history. But Rwandans are focused on moving forward. The economy is growing about 8% per year, life expectancy has doubled to 60 years, and infant mortality has decreased. Unfortunately, there’s still a long way to go. Rwanda ranks 176th out of 188 countries for infant mortality rates, in the bottom 10% for overall life expectancy, and only a small fraction of children complete secondary education.