Decentralised decision room-planning decision support system
Rwanda has ambitious plans for exiting from low-income to the middle-income countries’ status with 35% of its population living in urban areas by 2024 and 70% by 2050. It adopts various policies, strategies, land use planning tools and related regulations as one of the instruments to guide the development. However, these do not yet constitute a coherent framework allowing the implementation of diverse strategic plans. Because of a lack of a fast and powerful digital tool capable of spatially balancing the development trends of the country, the development of the territory is uncontrolled, which generally lead to negative results in the context of prioritization and budgeting.
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