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Javier Torner, Pontus Westerberg, Rafi Rich

01 January 2017

Javier Torner, Pontus Westerberg, Rafi Rich

English

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Rwanda

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Built environment

Cities and towns

City planning

Construction

Education

Finance

Gender

Governance

Human settlements

ICT

Integrated Development Plan

Livelihoods

Markets

Policy

Poverty & inequality

Rwanda

Smart cities

Smart places

Social facilities

Transport

Unemployment

Urban

Urban development

Urbanization

Smart City Rwanda Masterplan

Version 2.0

Information and Communication Technology (ICT) is changing the way cities evolve, helping to respond to the challenges of rapid urbanization and the pressure that is exercised on infrastructure while citizens’ expectations for better quality services keep rising.

The rapid growth in mobile and broadband penetration in Rwanda presents new opportunities for innovation that leverages the tremendous capacity of our youth to innovate and transform our cities into smart cities.

This Smart City Masterplan provides a framework to guide Rwandan cities and towns in their efforts to harness ICTs to provide a higher quality of life to their citizens, businesses and visitors. The document lays out a vision for cities of the future that embed technology and data across city functions to make them more efficient, competitive and innovative. 
 

Abstract based directly on original source.

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