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Projet:Summary of weekly radio talk-show « Emission Club de la Presse: "Urubuga rw’Itangazamakuru "

Activité:Talk show ″Urubugarw'itangazamakuru″ (Club de la presse)


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 In 2015, the Rwanda Governance Board (RGB) launched the Rwanda Governance Score Card (RGS). The RGS is a tool used by the Government of Rwanda to measure the governance performance using eight indicators namely: rule of Law, political rights and civil liberties, participation and inclusiveness, safety and security, investing in human and social development, control of corruption and transparency and accountability, quality of service delivery and economic corporate governance.

Urubuga rw’Itangazamakuru “(Club de la Presse) of this Sunday 26-09-2021 broadcasted in synergy by eleven radio stations across the country and a Television (TV Isango star) focused on Rwanda Governance Scorecard


- Dr. USENGUMUKIZA Felicien: Head of Research RGB

- MAHORO Eric: Never Again Rwanda:

- NIYONAGIZE Fulgence Pax Press

Dr. Felicien said that the Rwanda Governance Board (RGB) has been conducting research on the governance since 2012 in order to reflect the functioning and control of the public sector, which provides a realistic picture of the country and contradicts the reports of carried out by international organizations aimed at tarnishing Rwanda

Dr.Felicien pointed out that 7 measurements have already been made to indicate the progress has been made but there are still gaps to be addressed. “Data from this research offers us an opportunity to reflect on challenges and how to overcome them” he said.

Mahoro Eric from a Civil society Organization, said that such a research is good because it reflects the real picture of governance in the country but argued that it would be better if it is done by independent researchers and finds gaps and urges RGB to give more voice to the citizens in this study because it focuses on public institutions.

Journalist Fulgence, meanwhile, said the citizens are unaware of the data from this research and recommended that urged RGB to “multiply their efforts to improve areas which were highlighted as still weak” so that figures may reflect the citizens’ current state of welfare.



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