The New Seven-Pillar Entrepreneurship Development Policy Merits Attention
Rwanda has no shortage of entrepreneurs. Ever since its plans to lead the country towards becoming an economic power, the government has invested not least its money and mobilisation capacity to promote business and entrepreneurship. In-between the goals and plans, new policies were created and ventures were launched. Entrepreneurship courses were also added to the national school curriculum. For some time now, in the words of government spokespeople, Rwanda means business.
Between 2014 and 2017 alone, the number of establishments saw an increase of twenty-three per cent. This rise was vastly driven by national campaigns to promote entrepreneurship.
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