Why Rwanda can become the next Dubai in Africa.

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Rwanda is gradually taking over all African countries in terms of reforms with these modernization in the country.

A developing country can best be described as a sovereign state that is striving to be compared to other well advanced nations to have a developed economy and technologically advanced infrastructure.

Rwanda, officially the Republic of Rwanda, is one of the developing countries in East Africa that is striving hard and gradually taking over most African countries.

It is a landlocked country in the Great Rift Valley, where the African Great Lakes region and East Africa converge. One of the smallest countries on the African mainland, its capital city is Kigali.

Rwanda has recently enjoyed strong economic growth rates, creating new business prospects and lifting people out of poverty.  

Paul Kagame, the sixth and current president of Rwanda through determination, is transforming the country.

The country’s major foreign exchange earners include mining, tourism, coffee, and tea, and continued growth in these sectors will be critical for economic development and poverty reduction.

In terms of agriculture, close to a million of the youths in Rwanda has been engaged by the government to ensure a massive growth in the agricultural sector.

Also, with the help of their determined President Paul Kagame, Rwanda has built and commissioned the first ever gold refinery in Africa, even though they are not well recognised in the production of gold unlike most other African countries like Ghana and South Africa.

The educational reform in Rwanda has really been an amazing an ultra-modern one. Each child in Rwanda has been provided with a laptop computer and other learning materials to help ease stress on teachers.

Not to forget about the affordable housing project put in place by the government of Rwanda to aid in sheltering the poor and homeless who cannot afford to build or rent a house.

For tourism purpose, Rwanda’s capital has launched electric bicycles serving as the city’s explore green transport.

As a result, bike lanes are being developed throughout the country’s major urban areas.

These major reforms and development going on in the country is making a lot of foreigners across the world visit Rwanda to the new developments in the country.

If the country go along with these modernization reforms, Rwanda would be able to compete with other advanced countries and can serve as an Africa-Dubai.

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