Under the 2004 national land policy, the government introduced a system for generating revenues to sustain land administration and support Rwanda’s development. Revenues have been rising, but as with any new process, challenges are inevitable.
We have a lot of opportunities to strengthen the system and improve results.
This document summarizes Land Tenure Reform and Local Government Revenues in Rwanda, a research brief produced by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Rwanda Land Project. The content is based a review of existing studies, the legal framework and key informant interviews.