As part of its tourism revenue share program, RDB (Rwanda Development Board) today handed over 729 cows to vulnerable families living around the Volcanoes National Park.
Every year, RDB uses 10% …
Rwanda Development Board (RDB) revealed the Kwita Izina activity roadmap for 2019 at a press conference held at the Kigali Convention and Exhibition Village today. Held under the ‘Conservation is …
As part of the Visit Rwanda and Arsenal Football Club partnership, the Rwanda Football Federation (FERWAFA), alongside the Ministry of Sports and Culture and Visit Rwanda, is hosting Simon McManus, …
German Economic Corporation Minister signs MoU with RDB for job creation, skills development and investment
The Chief Executive Officer of the Rwanda Development Board (RDB), Clare Akamanzi and the German Federal Minister for Economic Cooperation and Development, Dr. Gerd Müller today signed an MOU job …
Three Rwandan park rangers are among 50 park rangers who are recipients of 2019 African Rangers Awards.
The three Rwandan awardees are Leonidas Mpumuje, Head Rhino Monitor of Akagera National Park, …
The Rwanda Development Board (RDB) yesterday entered into an agreement with Vivendi Group, a global leader in cultural content and media for the development and occupancy of the Kigali Cultural …
The liberation of Rwanda has not only brought prosperity and security to Rwanda, it has also played an essential role in the conservation of our natural resources. As a result, …
RDB (Rwanda Development Board), in partnership with the Ministry of Defence, launched the Liberation History Tourism Trail with the inaugural ‘Walk to Stop Genocide’ on Monday.
The Walk to Stop Genocide …
Staff of RDB (Rwanda Development Board) and Nyungwe National Park on Friday visited the Bisesero Genocide Memorial in Karongi district to honor the lives that were lost during the 1994 …
RDB (Rwanda Development Board) today commenced a three-day workshop in Kigali to train Rwanda’s insolvency practitioners, judges and other stakeholders including bankers and academics on the new insolvency law and …
Government of Rwanda, African Parks and EAZA Safely Translocate Rhinos from Europe to Rwanda’s Akagera National Park
Five endangered Eastern Black Rhinoceroses were successfully translocated from Safari Park Dvůr Králové in the Czech Republic and released into bomas in Akagera National Park in Rwanda, expanding the genetic …
RDB (Rwanda Development Board) together with the Akagera Management Company passed out 47 new park rangers who will work in Akagera and Gishwati national park.
The ceremony took place in …
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Rwanda Export Development Program Call for applications
INTRODUCTION: Objectives of the Rwanda Export Development Program (EDP) – Applications closing August 7th
Trademark East Africa (TMEA) and the Rwanda Development Board (RDB) are launching the Rwandan Export Development Program (EDP) and would like to invite interested businesses to apply for selection as potential beneficiaries – see application guidelines on page 2.
This three-year program is designed to support Rwandan companies to increase their export revenues, by:
1. Connecting Rwandan businesses to regional and international buyers, as well as local partners (e.g. access to buyers, other national programs, etc.)
2. Co-financing for B2B deal-making meetings and trips, 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 necessary (e.g., technical assistance, skills building, business processes, marketing strategy, etc.).
In order to qualify, businesses must meet the following requirements:
I. Currently exporting/can provide evidence of intention to export (business plan, etc.)
II. Must be in the following sub-sectors:
a. Agriculture (except tea and coffee, unless businesses with exceptional innovations, or involved in value addition)
b. Manufacturing (except quarrying and mining, unless businesses with exceptional innovations)
c. Services (except tourism, unless businesses with exceptional innovations)
III. Generating annual revenue of over 100,000 USD as of Dec. 2018, or with clear potential to achieve similar results by the end of 2019.
Applications must be submitted no later than Thursday, August 7th, 2019.
If you have any questions regarding this program or application, please reach out to the RDB Export Promotion Department using the following contacts:
Phone number: 0784231551
- RDB Guideline to all accommodation establishments to use Licensed Taxis
- Reminder to fulfill requirements regarding safety and security
Urwego rw’Igihugu Rushinzwe Kwihutisha Iterambere (RDB) ruributsa abantu bose, cyane cyane abafite ibigo bikora ubucuruzi bw’ubukerarugendo birimo ibitanga amacumbi, serivisi za resitora, bar n’utubyiniro, abatwara ba mukerarugendo n’abatanga amatike y’indege ko mu rwego rwo kubahiriza itegekeko Nº 12/2014 ryo ku wa 19/05/2014 rigena imikorere y’ubukerarugendo mu Rwanda, cyane cyane mu ngingo yaryo ya 3 n’iya 4, ikigo gishaka gukora ubucuruzi na serivisi zavuzwe hejuru ko kigomba kugira icyemezo cyo gukora cyahawe na RDB.
Urwego rw’Igihugu Rushinzwe Kwihutisha Iterambere ruboneyeho kumenyesha abantu bose ko urutonde rw’ibigo byamaze guhabwa icyemezo n’ibikiri kugishaka ruboneka ku rubuga rwa www.rdb.rw. RDB iboneyeho kumenyesha ibigo by’ubukerarugendo bitarashobora gusaba icyemezo cyo gukora kubikora vuba kugira ngo byirinde kuba byafungirwa ibikorwa byabyo.
Gusaba icyemezo usura urubuga www.tourismregulation.rw
Kureba uko ikigo cyawe gikora ubucuruzi na serivisi z’ubukerarugendo gihagaze, hitamo icyiciro kijyanye n’ibyo ukora aha munsi
Le Rwanda Development Board (RDB) rappelle à tous les propriétaires et gestionnaires d’entités touristiques spécifiquement les établissements d’hébergement, les restaurants, les bars, les discothèques, les guides touristiques et les agences de voyage que pour se conformer aux articles 3 et 4 de la loi n ° 12 / 2014 du 19/05/2014 réglementant l’industrie du tourisme au Rwanda, ils devront obtenir une licence d’exploitation de RDB.
RDB informe en outre le public qu’une liste des entités touristiques ayant obtenu la licence d’exploitation ainsi que celles en cours de procédure de l’obtention de celle-ci est disponible sur son site Web www.rdb.rw. Par conséquent, RDB informe les entités défaillantes qu’elles doivent soumettre leurs applications pour éviter le risque de suspension.
Pour plus d’informations sur la procédure à suivre pour obtenir une licence d’exploitation touristique, visitez le site www.tourismregulation.rw
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