Water and Sanitation Sector
The importance of adequate water supply and sanitation services as drivers for social and economic development and poverty reduction is fully acknowledged in different Rwanda’s flagship policy documents. For this cause, the Government of Rwanda committed itself to reach very ambitious targets of attaining 100% service coverage in water supply and sanitation sector by 2020.
The Law N°59/2017 OF 24/1/2018 Governing Radiation Protection in Rwanda, especially in Article 4, gives RURA the mandate to regulate radiation materials including nuclear energy. It clearly indicates that the regulatory functions for radiation protection are performed by the Regulatory Authority in an independent, impartial and transparent manner.
In the last few years, Information and Communication Technologies were used more and more extensively for the social and economic development. Considering the revolutionary changes that ICTs are bringing to our global society, institutions worldwide continue to develop more sophisticated ways to digitize their operations and processes so that they can offer to the public access to their services in more effective and efficient ways.
Itangazo Rireba abantu bose bafite imirongo migufi y'itumanaho Wednesday, 11 July, 2018
Active Mobile Telephone Subscriptions as of May 2018 Wednesday, 27 June, 2018
RURA and Sanitation Operators discuss the sector progress Thursday, 21 June, 2018
First edition of RURA Magazine, The Regulator Thursday, 21 June, 2018
RURA briefs public transport operators on code of good conduct for drivers Tuesday, 12 June, 2018