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The major issue was a lack of flexibility and unpredictable funding for activities. The Office continued to work closely with partners, especially UN Agencies and concluded jointly the UNDAP 2018-2023. The work was accomplished by a dedicated staff.
They improved health of communities with effectiveness and commitment.
Accessed August 2018
This document presents the findings of the National Census of Persons with Disabilities in Rwanda. The preliminary result of this census has been used to produce a summary analysis of tables and figures. It shall be possible to derive basic socio-demographic indicators as well as to obtain the estimate of persons with disability in Rwanda, all of which shall serve as a reference to the categorization activity planned to be done in the near future by a medical committee from the Ministry of Health. The data of this report relate to (1) Persons with disability size for various administrative units (Districts and Provinces), (2) Distribution of Persons with disabilities by sex, age, marital status and type of disabilities.
Accessed Online June 2018 | Single-page summary highlighting trends in modern contraceptive prevalence in Rwanda using data from the Demographic & Health Surveys.
Analysis developed by Track20 based on WPP2017 population estimates for 2018 and 2014-15 DHS, unless otherwise noted
Explore 2016-17 estimates of FP2020 Core Indicators in these country Summary Sheets produced by FP2020 and Track20.
The information provided here can be used to understand the current situation, increase attention to preterm births in Rwanda and to inform dialogue and action among stakeholders. Data can be used to identify the most important risk factors to target and gaps in care in order to identify and implement solutions for improved outcomes.
This booklet provides policymakers, planners, and other interested parties with insight into the current state of the Rwandan health sector. These statistics provide a basis for policies, strategies, and planned interventions to ensure they are responsive to the needs of the health sector and, crucially, are focused on addressing current priorities that aim to improve the health of the Rwandan population.