Rwanda performs strongly in relation to permits, licenses and land acquisitions and performs well in the planning and procurement of infrastructure projects. Infrastructure expenditure has also recently been above average relative to other emerging economies surveyed which should lead to improvements in infrastructure quality over time.
The infrastructure gap around the world remains wide and is, in many places, widening. However, some governments are closing this gap.
InfraCompass pinpoints exactly how they do this. Through the lens of six key drivers, it allows countries to focus on specific areas for improvement or reform, with confidence (based on evidence) that these improvements will make a tangible difference to the delivery of infrastructure, with all its attendant benefits of value for money, cost and time efficiencies, and public trust.