According to the latest report on Natural Capital Accounting (NCA), reflecting a process of calculating the total stocks and flows of natural resources and services in Rwanda, only 37 percent of local residents have water in their dwellings in Kigali while 36 percent of households use public standpipes.
A new reoprt detailing information on land use in Rwanda was launched in Kigali.
Data previously used to register land ownership is now being used to track changes in land use and provide information for development planning.
The ministry of Natural Resources has announced that it will soon release the final results from studies on the contribution of natural resources to National GDP.
Rwanda presented the first results of its Natural Capital Accounting process during a national workshop in Kigali.