Switching on Smart Rwanda: Digital inclusion, collaboration and a G5 mindset
As a country that has put ICTs at the centre of its development since 2000, Rwanda has duly earned its recent entry into the small but growing club of African countries to be rated at the G4 level. G4 is characterized by integrated regulation, led by economic and social policy goals. G5, which is well within Rwanda’s grasp, has the important additional aspect of deep and meaningful collaboration as a means of achieving development-oriented digitalization and digital transformation.
The concept of generations of regulation is helpful in analysing the maturity of modern regulatory regimes. It looks at (1) collaboration, (2) high-level principles, (3) a digital development toolbox and (4) the digital economy policy agenda.This brand new report on Rwanda’s approach to collaborative regulation is available for free download. Get your copy now!