The UK delegates, who have been on a two-week tour in Rwanda, commend the partneship between the two countries and are delighted to have worked with Members of Parliament of Rwanda during their stay in Rwanda. This was revealed by Anita Boakye Boateng, the head of PROJECT UMUBANO, in a meeting with the Senate President, Dr. NTAWUKULIRYAYO Jean Damascene, which focused on matters relating to their two-week stay in Rwanda whereby they expressed satisfaction with their tour.
Member of UK Delegates
The discussion also focused on advice from the UK delegates who met with the Senate President on 19 July 2012, on the functioning of different service units in the pursuit of good service delivery in Parliament of Rwanda.
During the discussion, the Senate President acknowledged the way UK delegates worked with Parliament and commended them on their advice on better service delivery. Similarly, he assured them to forward that advice to Members of both Chambers of Parliament.
H.E Senate President ,Dr.NTAWUKULIRYAYO holds discussion with UK Delegates
PROJECT UMUBANO is a project of partnership between UK and Rwanda, which aims at capacity building in different organs. Every year in July, the UK Government sends experts to different organs to share experience with Rwandans. During their two-week stay in Rwanda, members of Project Umubano conducted discussions aiming at capacity building for staff members of Parliament. The UK delegates are slated to return home on 21/07/2012.