The countries natural resources include, gold, cassiterite, wolframite, and methane.
Religion in Rwanda is sort of split between Roman Catholic and Protestant. 49.5% of the population being Roman Catholic while 39.4% is Protestant. There are also other less practiced religions such as Christian, Muslim, Animist, and some people don't even practice a religion.
Rwandas corruption rank is 50/176 while their corruption score is 54/100
Rwanda’s fertility rate declined sharply during the last decade, as a result of the government’s commitment to family planning, the increased use of contraceptives, and a downward trend in ideal family size. Increases in educational attainment, particularly among girls, and exposure to social media also contributed to the reduction in the birth rate. The average number of births per woman decreased from a 5.6 in 2005 to 4.5 in 2016. Conversely, Rwanda itself hosts more than 155,000 refugees. Because Rwanda is one of the most densely populated countries in Africa, its persistent high population growth and increasingly small agricultural landholdings will put additional strain on families’ ability to raise foodstuffs and access potable water. These conditions will also hinder the government’s efforts to reduce poverty and prevent environmental degradation.
5 major events that occurred in Rwanda: 1994 April - Habyarimana and the Burundian president are killed after their plane is shot down over Kigali; RPF launches a major offensive; extremist Hutu militia and elements of the Rwandan military begin the systematic massacre of Tutsis. Within 100 days around 800,000 Tutsis and moderate Hutus are killed; Hutu militias flee to Zaire, taking with them around 2 million Hutu refugees.
1993 - President Habyarimana signs a power-sharing agreement with the Tutsis in the Tanzanian town of Arusha, ostensibly signalling the end of civil war; UN mission sent to monitor the peace agreement.
1994-96 - Refugee camps in Zaire fall under the control of the Hutu militias responsible for the genocide in Rwanda.
1995 - Extremist Hutu militias and Zairean government forces attack local Zairean Banyamulenge Tutsis; Zaire attempts to force refugees back into Rwanda.
1995 - UN-appointed international tribunal begins charging and sentencing a number of people responsible for the Hutu-Tutsi atrocities.
All of the events listed above are a part of the Genocide
Historical Figure: Dieudonne Disi- Dieudonne was born November 24, 1980. He is a world class Olympic long-distance and cross country runner. He competed in the many races including the 2004 Olympics in Athens where he placed 17th in the 10,000 meter. Hes competed in 17 races around the world, ranging from 5000m- 42000m. 3 of which he’s placed 1st and 1 he placed 3rd.
Rwanda follows a universal health care model, which provides health insurance through a system called Mutuelles de Santé. The system is a community-based health insurance scheme, in which residents of a particular area pay premiums into a local health fund, and can draw from it when in need of medical care. Major Rwandan diseases are HIV/AIDS and Malaria.