This policy document addresses the conditions and the manner in which anonymised microdata files may be released to users for research purposes while ensuring that the confidentiality of information provided by respondents is respected. The objective of this policy is to define the nature of the anonymised microdata files that will be released, the intended use of these files and the conditions under which these files will be released.
Rwanda’s Economic Development and Poverty Reduction Strategy (EDPRS) provides a medium term framework for achieving the country’s long term development aspirations as embodied in Rwanda Vision 2020, the seven year Government of Rwanda (GoR) programme, and the Millennium Development Goals. The implementation of the EDPRS will require RWF 5,151 billion over the five years 2008-2012.
The EDPRS Results and Policy Matrix is structured on 3 major strategic objectives of; Increased economic growth, Managing population growth rate and enhancing population development and Enhanced gains through good governance.
NSDS is conceptualized to strengthen the information backbone of EDPRS – (Economic Development and poverty Reduction Strategy)1 that will provide the relevant indicators to be used in formulating, updating, monitoring and evaluating the strategies and targets of the country towards Vision 2020.NSDS document is a blueprint of the programs, projects and activities of the National Statistical System (NSS) to be pursued from the year 2009 to 2014 in major sectors of the society.
This is the strategic plan for the Development of National Statictical System between 2003 and 2007. The National Statistal System dislocated strongly following the 1994 genocide. Statistics producers evidence this; the users of statistical data as well as the partners of national statisticsl system also perceive it.