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    Online ISSN: 2411-9458
    Print ISSN: 2413-6670

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    Volume 3 Number 8 August 2017

    Analysis Study on the Implementation of Vision 2020 Umurenge Program in Rwanda


    Pages: 77-82
    Authors: Mukakibibi Dorothee
    Abstract
    The study assessed the implementation of Vision 2020 Umurenge program in Rwanda. The study was empirical in nature, where by the researcher developed a questionnaire and an interview guide used to gather data. The study used employed a descriptive and a cross-sectional survey design to collect data from a sample of 384 respondents using cluster and systematic random sampling techniques. Analysis was done using frequency counts and percentage distributions, means and standard deviations. The findings revealed that VUP has been generally well implemented for all the three components. Majority of the beneficiaries have ever accessed public works services, including paid employment with 81.7%, direct support services in form of direct cash transfers, with 73% accessed and majority indicate that there is fairness in distribution of VUP funds, indicating that the direct cash support goes to the most deserving people. More than 90% of beneficiaries have accessed VUP loans and more than 95% have opened up savings accounts and are currently active.