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 “The population trend should be managed otherwise in a few years’ time, the country may fail to achieve sustainable development.” Gisele Umuziga, Tri Trustees.  “Everything has a negative and a positive side to it; if the Rwandan population is high, labor will be available however the dependency ratio will be high as well and this will hinder development.”  James Buyiza, Kanombe resident.
L-R:Teta Toyota;Sharon Byandaga;Innocent Karemera;Shakira Byandaga
L-R:Teta Toyota;Sharon Byandaga;Innocent Karemera;Shakira Byandaga

 “The population trend should be managed otherwise in a few years’ time, the country may fail to achieve sustainable development.”

Gisele Umuziga, Tri Trustees.

 “Everything has a negative and a positive side to it; if the Rwandan population is high, labor will be available however the dependency ratio will be high as well and this will hinder development.”

James Buyiza, Kanombe resident.

 “The number of people is not the issue but rather, the quality of people that the country has.”

Elias Baluku, FEAFFA Communication and Advocacy Officer.

 “There should be equilibrium between people and the resources they have otherwise; the issue of high dependency arises.”

Jacque Rutijyana, Businessman.

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