Kagame Vision 2050 has five main pillars as follows:
1. Quality of Life;
2. Modern Infrastructure and livelihoods;
3. Transformation for prosperity;
4. Values for Vision 2050; and
5. International cooperation and positioning.
According to Kagame Vision 2050, Rwanda “will work toward reaching ‘upper middle income’ by 2035 and high income by 2050.”
This “will require average annual growth of above 10 per cent (almost doubling the current economic growth rate).”
Hold on tight – here we go towards upper middle income, and high income – while we are still poverty-stricken even by East African Standards which are as follows measured by GDP per capita in US$:
1. Kenya – 1,376
2.Tanzania – 879
3.Uganda – 705
4.Rwanda – 697
Rwanda is of course richer than Burundi whose per capita income is $277.
Hello David, i totally agree with you, how can you set higher targets when you have totally failed to meet the previous ones, all you d rather have to do is to review the existing ones, find out why you failed and concede by resigning in total shame! That guy is gonna pin us down and keep doctoring statistics! lets take him down before he takes finishes our people!
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