Rwandapedia breaks new ground by collecting in one place the documents, images, videos and audio recordings that together tell the story of Rwanda's development. Funded by the African Development Bank, the project showcases advances across the social, economic and governance sectors as well as key cultural and historical events in Rwanda.
You can learn about the policies and programs that have contributed to Rwanda's development, view photos dating back almost a century and watch the latest videos on Rwanda's Home Grown Solutions - a set of development programs inspired by traditional culture and practice.
Rwandapedia is an open platform where anyone, anywhere around the world, can instantly access accurate and up-to-date information at no cost. A team of researchers based in the capital city, Kigali, is constantly updating the archive to bring you the latest statistics, interviews, photos, videos and audio recordings from across Rwanda.
Students, travellers and curious minds alike will find much of interest on Rwandapedia. If you have a question about Rwanda, the answer is likely to lie in the trove of data on the site.