Rwanda, officially the Republic of Rwanda, is a sovereign state in Central and East Africa and one of the smallest countries on the African mainland. he economy is based mostly on subsistence agriculture. Coffee and tea are the major cash crops for export. Tourism is a fast-growing sector and is now the country's leading foreign exchange earner. Rwanda is one of only two countries in which mountain gorillas can be visited safely, and visitors pay high prices for gorilla tracking permits. Music and dance are an integral part of Rwandan culture, particularly drums and the highly choreographed intore dance.
Rwanda ranks highly in the global competitiveness report for education. The primary enrollment rate ranks 70th with 95% of children enrolled. The quality of primary education is ranked 53rd. While the quality of secondary education ranks 46th, which is very good the enrollment rate is very low with 36% enrolled, ranking 128th.
Healthcare in Rwanda was historically of poor quality, but in recent decades has seen great improvement. Rwanda operates a universal health care system and is considered to have one of the highest-quality health systems in Africa. Rwanda's clinics are equipped with basic medical equipment and a cupboard of essential medications. The district hospitals offer basic surgical services, and all have a minimum of 15 doctors.
Rwanda has made advancements in technological adoption ranking 49th in the world for availability of the latest technologies, however, there is still a divide in access. Only 20% of the population are internet users ranking 118th in the world and only 27 in 100 people with Mobile-Broadband subscriptions. Rwanda does rank 54th in the for internet access in schools, showing improvements to the education system.
COMPUTERS 4 AFRICA
We have been supplying high quality refurbished equipment to Zambia for the past 5 years. As a member of the Microsoft Registered Refurbisher programme we are able to provide thousands of refurbished laptops and desktops fully licensed with Microsoft software. We also collect and distribute textbooks, furniture, medical equipment and toys wherever possible and donate these within many of our shipments. All of these unwanted items find a good home in many different locations across Zambia. They not only help to improve education and well-being, but also help to empower local people and their communities.