Rwanda’s economy suffered heavily during the 1994 genocide, with widespread loss of life, failure to maintain the infrastructure, looting and neglect of important cash crops causing a large drop in GDP and destroying the country’s ability to attract private and external investment Rwanda is a country of few natural resources, and the economy is based mostly on semi-subsistence agriculture by local farmers using simple tools.
Animals raised in Rwanda include cows, goats, sheep, pigs, chicken and rabbits, The industrial sector is small and uncompetitive. Products manufactured include cement, agricultural products, small-scale beverages, soap, furniture, shoes, plastic goods, textiles, cigarettes. Minerals mined include cassiterite, coltan, wolfram, and gold and coltan, which is used in the manufacture of electronic and communication devices such as mobile phones.
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Country Population: 7,600,000
Country Capital: Kigali
Country Currency: Rwandan franc
Rwanda’s Top 9
1. Kigali City
2. Kgali Genocide Memorials in Gisozi
3. Mountain Gorrillas Trekking
5. Nyungwe Forest National Park
6. Akagera National park
7. Rusomo Falls
8. Lake Kivu
9. Butare City