Export facilities

Foreign market information:

The provision of basic market information is a service that aims to increase the efficiency of exporters’ cultural markets and contribute towards overcoming issues of market failure based on asymmetric access to basic market information

This will provide basic information for your potential market:

  • Coffee market analysis
  • Coffee market research in the USA
  • ·Avocado in the EU
  • Tea Market in the UK
  • Handcraft market information in the USA
  • The global clothing and textile market information
  • Manufactured products
  • Agro-processed products

The Rwanda embassies and foreign mission abroad can help you to verify and enrich your market information


Cost-sharing basis by covering 50% on certification and testing only conducted /provided by RSB.

Export Development Program (EDP)

The EDP is designed to support Rwandan companies to increase their export revenues, by:

  1. Connecting Rwandan businesses to networks of regional and international buyers
  2. Co-financing B2B deal-making meetings and trips, and participation at trade fairs and other market events
  3. Facilitating access to investment and export finance (e.g. donor and bank funding)
  4. Providing technical advice and business development support, as needed (e.g., technical support, business processes, marketing strategy, etc.).

Supply Development Program (SDP)

The supplier Development is one pillar of Made in Rwanda (MiR) policy. The aim of this program is:

  1. To identify potential Made in Rwanda suppliers and assess their capacity and eventual gaps in certain potential supplier bases in Rwanda
  2. Intimate knowledge about buyer’s requirements
  3. To link buyers and suppliers in order to reduce the information asymmetry
  4. To promote backward linkages, i.e. connecting local suppliers with agro-processors, manufacturers, hotels and exporters.
  5. Work closely with potential suppliers for contract execution, supporting/advising them to address supply gaps and make necessary investments in standards, certification and processes.
  6. To provide business-friendly advice and support to large buyers on sourcing locally
  7. To play a prominent role in identifying the need for and facilitating the delivery of required training modules for suppliers who fail short of meeting investors’ or GOR’s requirements
  8. Facilitate coordination of suppliers in the same value chain that lead to a discussion platform and aggregation of smaller suppliers