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European Union

European Delegation in Rwanda
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EU Delegations represent the European Union around the world. The role of the EU Delegation to Rwanda is to support the development of relations between Rwanda and the EU.

In this context, the role of the EU Delegation to Rwanda is to

  • Represent the European Union in Rwanda.
  • Ensure the follow-up of bilateral relations in the areas of political, economic, trade and external assistance cooperation (financial and technical);
  • Follow-up on EU policies in all sectors
  • Promote and defend the values and interests of the EU
  • Maintain and increase the visibility, awareness and understanding of the EU
  • Supervise long-term programming of aid and the management of programmes and projects within the framework of EU external aid management
  • Introduce Rwanda to European citizens.

The presence of the European Commission in Rwanda started in the mid-1960s and was formalised in 1991 with the signature of an “accord de siège” with the Rwandan Government.

Please see the documents below for more details:

Objectives of EU Support in Private Sector

Rwanda has a well-articulated policy framework to guide its developmental aspirations. Rwanda’s Vision 2050 identifies the country’s overarching objectives to transform its economy and modernize the lives of Rwandans, with the aim to reach upper-middle income status by 2035 and high-income status by 2050….

Benefits of EBCR for the EU and Rwanda

Mapping of EU companies
Facilitation of investment & Trade
Promotion of Business networks

EU Support for Private Sector in Rwanda

EU Projects
Rwanda MIP 2021 – 2027
The private sector development & youth employement sector-working group
European Investment Bank in Rwanda

Other EU Instruments for Private Sector Support

This table offers a comprehenssive list of EU instruments suitable for offering support to private sector entities. 

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