Rwandan officials on Tuesday, March 28, visited Haileybury Independent College, one of Australia’s leading independent schools, and held discussions centred on adapting the institution’s education model to encourage academic excellence in Rwanda. This was as part of the ongoing investment and tourism roadshows in Australia. ALSO READ: Rwanda woos Australian investors The Rwanda Development Board’s CEO, Clare Akamanzi, and the Rwandan High Commissioner to Australia, Jean de Dieu Uwihanganye, earlier kick-started tourism and investment promotion roadshows in Australia. They are promoting Rwanda as a global sports tourism hub and intend to increase the volume of traded goods between Rwanda and Australia. In addition to the visit to Haileybury Independent College, the Rwandan officials also met with the Honorary Consul-General of Rwanda to Australia, Michael Roux. The meeting focused on ongoing trade and investment promotion initiatives between the two countries. Later, on Tuesday evening, in Melbourne, Australia, the visiting RDB team organised a promotion event where Rwanda's diverse tourism offerings were showcased to tour operators, travel agents and members of the Rwandan diaspora living in the city. ALSO READ: Rwanda targets Rwf2.5tln investments in manufacturing incentives The government has been actively promoting investment in the country through its Invest in Rwanda initiative. The initiative aims to attract foreign investors into different sectors of the economy.