Govt enters new bid to improve service delivery in agriculture

Govt enters new bid to improve service delivery in agriculture

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Rwandan government has tasked farmers in Eastern Province to make the most of the opportunities availed to them as it seeks to reverse the trend of poor service delivery in the agriculture sector.

According to the Rwanda Governance Board’;s (RGB) 2018 Citizens Report Card, only 49.52 per cent of the farmers were satisfied with the services they received in farming. Farmers’; satisfaction of the services they received in livestock farming was at 59.52 per cent.

The statistics were revealed on Saturday in Nyagatare at the launch of a campaign called “Governance we want,” which aims to promote citizen-centred governance

The event was headed by Umuganda where livestock farmers were tipped on best farming practices like fencing pastures, bush clearing, and establishing paddocks, among others, to increase milk production.

 

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