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The United Nations supports Rwanda’s economic transformation agenda based on the pillars of pro-poor economic growth, social inclusion and pro-poor environmental sustainability.
The Confederation of Indian Industry is a non-government, non-profit, industry-led and industry-managed organization, playing a proactive role in India's development process. Founded in 1895, it partners industries, government and civil society through advisory and consultative processes. The confederation has over 7200 members, including small and medium-sized firms, multinationals, government entities, and some 242 national and regional sectorial industry bodies, bringing 100 000 indirect business members. It has 64 offices, including overseas offices in Australia, China, Egypt, France, Singapore, UK, and USA, as well as institutional partnerships with 312 counterpart organizations in 106 countries. View video about CII.
Overseas Infrastructure Alliance (India) Private Limited is a project development, execution and management company, with offices and projects across India and Africa. The company builds and delivers essential nation building projects with expertise in energy, agro processing, gas distribution, transportation infrastructure, core infrastructure, IT & ITes, water management, low cost housing, railways, advisory services and healthcare. OIA is an infrastructure project developer that has been working in Africa for more than a decade. The value of the projects completed and under implementation is over $1 billion.
RwandAir, the flag carrier airline of Rwanda, operates domestic and international services to East Africa, Central Africa, West Africa, Southern Africa and the Middle East from its main base at Kigali International Airport in Kigali. RwandAir’s mission is to provide unsurpassed, safe and reliable services in air transportation, including strategically linking Rwanda with the outside world, while ensuring a fair return on investment.
TradeMark East Africa is funded by a range of development agencies with the aim of growing prosperity in East Africa through trade. TMEA works closely with East African Community institutions, governments, the private sector and civil society to unlock economic potential through increased market access, enhanced trade environment; and improved business competitiveness. Target results include:10 % increase in total value of exports from the EAC region; 25 % increase in intra-regional trade exports compared to total exports in the region; 15 % reduction in average time to import/export a container from Mombasa/Dar to Burundi and Rwanda; and30 % decrease in a truck’s average border crossing time. Improved Business Competitiveness supports the business competitiveness of SMEs and small scale traders, especially women, through a focus on private sector and civil society advocacy, market systems development, transport and logistics innovation and business environment improvement.
AllAfrica.com aggregates, produces and distributes 2,000 news and information items daily from over 130 African news organizations and reporters to an African and global audience. It operates out of Cape Town, Dakar, Lagos, Monrovia, Nairobi and Washington DC.
With an estimated weekly readership of 600,000 people, the Pan-African news magazine, Jeune Afrique, is distributed in more than 80 countries. It has been an essential news magazine for business and political decision-makers in French speaking countries in Africa for 50 years.
The Africa Report is the highest circulating, English language pan- African magazine. The Africa Report is the only publication to have been awarded Media of the Year three times (Diageo African Business Reporting Awards, 2012, 2007 and 2006, London). Published monthly by Groupe Jeune Afrique, it has a worldwide circulation and audience of 65,000 copies per month with 450,000 readers.