A World Bank-funded project meant to provide better roads, street lighting and drainage systems to Rwanda’s six secondary cities is steadily enhancing urbanisation in Nyagatare city.
When The New Times toured the city on Tuesday, June 8, significant changes were noticeable compared to the last visit in 2018 when phase one – July 2016 to November 2018 – of the project was nearing its end.
During phase one, new developments in the city included up to 3.9 kilometers of asphalt roads constructed at…
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