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Kagame Warns Against Uncoordinated Implementation of Gov’t Projects

President Paul Kagame has cautioned public institutions on uncoordinated implementation of government programs, which affect heavily on the quality of service delivered to citizens.

Kagame was speaking at the presentation of 2016/2017 achievements in the Imihigo, and the signing of 2017-2018 performance contracts for districts leaders.

He reminded local officials that their responsibility is to render good services to citizens.

“There are thing that must change, first, is collaboration,” he said.

The president observed that the absence of collaboration has led to wastage of resources and poor results. This, he explained, does not allow the government to achieve the desired goals.

He congratulated district leaders that performed well and encouraged those that scored lower, saying that they tried to work for the better.

Rwamagana led the pack in 2016-2017 performance with 82.2%, followed by Musanze District with 81.28%, while Huye once again was third with 80.55%.

Gasabo district in city of Kigali which came first with 81.6% in 2015-2016 performance was ninth at 79.19% this year. Whereas Musanze that was last at 70.37%,is in the second position with 81.28% score.

The evaluation was conducted by Institute of Policy Analysis and Research (IPAR), on 586 implemented projects, composed of ministerial performance contracts and 2431 projects for districts and Kigali city.

Below is chronological order of how Districts performed:

  1. Rwamagana: 82.2%
  2. Musanze: 81.28%
  3. Huye: 80.55%
  4. Gakenke: 80.12%
  5. Nyarugenge: 73.71%
  6. Gatsibo: 79.55%
  7. Kirehe: 79.39%
  8. Burera: 79.33%
  9. Gasabo: 79.19%
  10. Gicumbi: 79.19%
  11. Nyamasheke: 78.74%
  12. Rutsiro: 78.74%
  13. Karongi : 78.62%
  14. Rusizi : 78.60%
  15. Nyaruguru : 78.40%
  16. Muhanga : 78.40%
  17. Ngororero: 78.33%
  18. Nyagatare: 77.85%
  19. Kamonyi: 77.51%
  20. Ngoma: 77.50%
  21. Nyanza: 77.15%
  22. Bugesera: 76.95%
  23. Kayonza: 76.86%
  24. Nyabihu: 76.15%
  25. Kicukiro: 76.02%
  26. Gisagara:75.66%
  27. Nyamagabe: 75.55%
  28. Ruhango: 75.27%
  29. Rulindo: 75.19%
  30. Rubavu: 72.86%

 

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