The World Bank Executive Director says Rwanda has the highest score in Africa in the Country Policy and Institutional Assessment (CPIA).
The remarks were made by the Executive Director representing Rwanda, Anne Kabagambe, during her courtesy call paid to Prime Minister Ngirente on Tuesday at his office in Kimihurura.
During their meeting, the two officials discussed about the assistance that World Bank has provided to Rwanda in what is known as IDA 18, which is a three years World Bank funding that will wind-up in 2020.
The exchange between the two also focused on the new resources that Rwanda will benefit from the World Bank IDA 19 in the year 2020 which is intended to support agriculture programs, investment in the digital economy, education, human capital development, energy program and urbanization.
During the last three years’ period, the World Bank has been able to provide almost US$1 billion of assistance to support various projects that include agriculture, transport (roads), education and skills development, energy, urbanization and housing, social protection as well as fight against stunting and malnutrition.