The results of aid are tangible

Editor, I read in yesterday’s issue of The New Times that the UK Government is pledged to give Rwf317 billion to Rwanda. The funds will surely improve the lives of many Rwandas and reduce poverty levels in the country.
L-R;Head of DFID Rwanda Elizabeth Carriere, UK Envoy to Rwanda Benedict Llewellyn-Jones and Minister John Rwangombwa. (File Photo)
L-R;Head of DFID Rwanda Elizabeth Carriere, UK Envoy to Rwanda Benedict Llewellyn-Jones and Minister John Rwangombwa. (File Photo)

Editor,

I read in yesterday’s issue of The New Times that the UK Government is pledged to give Rwf317 billion to Rwanda.
The funds will surely improve the lives of many Rwandas and reduce poverty levels in the country.

Rwanda has done well so far and all the funds recieved in the past from our development partners have been used properly. Rwanda’s zero tolarance on corruption has ensured that grassroots have had their welfare improved because of the support.

Allow me, also, to thank the leadership for ensuring that rural families benefit.
I am also, happy, to hear that the head of the Depertment for International Development (DfID), Elizabeth Carrire recognizes Rwanda’s effective use of aid.

Rwanda’s accountability in the use of foreign funds is indeed commendable and the results are everywhere.

John Gakumba,
Nyamirambo 

 

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