Why Rwanda

Rwanda, situated just south of the Equator, is known as the land of a thousand hills, with its stunning scenery and warm, friendly people. Over the past decade with a steadily growing economy, the country has earned a reputation for itself as one of Africa’s fastest-growing economies. The country is not just creating a business-friendly environment but also diversifying the economy from being almost entirely dependent on agriculture to now being developing services and a growing manufacturing sector. Construction and real estate sectors are key sectors and potential drivers of future economic growth in Rwanda, mainly due to the high demand for residential and commercial buildings for the business community.

  • GDP in Rwanda reached $24 billion in 2018 and is expected to grow around 8% by the end of 2019.

  • Almost a tenth of Rwanda’s annual budget is committed to transport and other infrastructure.

  • According to Research Institute International Growth Center in Kigali, about 700,00 new housing units are needed by 2028, where 70 percent of them lay in affordable housing category.