Rwanda is a poor rural country situated in the Central Africa. The general health condition of the people of Rwanda
is very poor. Rwanda health
is of prime concern to the various non-governmental organizations providing help to the poor people of Rwanda. The USAID has been providing extensive support to the Rwanda people. The DIF funds, received through the Twubakane Program have helped the people of Rwanda develop better medical facilities. Most of the districts in Rwanda suffer from inadequate supply of medical staffs and doctors leading to the pathetic condition of the Rwandan people.
The health department
of various districts of Rwanda
has also implemented numerous plans for the prevention of harmful diseases like malaria, HIV, Aids and other deadly diseases. Poverty is the main reason behind the poor health of the Rwandan people.
District Incentive Funds is being implemented in the various districts of Rwanda which is a step forward in the development of the districts. The “peer education plan” of the various NGO’s has proved worthwhile for Aids awareness. For more information log in to:
- WHO Rwanda
- Rwanda Healthcare System
- Rwanda Hospitals