Since mid-2018 FES is providing capacity strengthening and engagement of civil society organizations, policy makers, public servants, members of Parliament and other interested stakeholders for their contribution towards realization of social protection, good governance, decentralization and citizen participation programs in addition to discussing on issues critical to sustainable development workshops, conferences and seminars of relevant stakeholders.

FES is working closely with the Ministry of Local Government (MINALOC) to conduct evidence-based research after approval by the concerned institutions. FES is making its international network available for sharing expertise, knowledge, best practices, experiences and lessons learnt on the implementation of Sustainable Development Goals in areas within the mandate of the Ministry of Local Government.

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Latest News & Activities

25.09.2021 | News

IPAR and FES Rwanda

“In the framework of the project "Poverty Advisory Group" between IPAR (Institute for Policy analysis and Research) and FES Rwanda, Research results…


01.09.2021 | News

Open Dialogue on Quality Education in Rwanda; A contribution to the Education Policy Review in Rwanda

How can the new education policy engage CSOs and Academia in education policy review? This and other questions were raised during the August 2021…


19.07.2021 | News

EPRN – FES "Economy and regulatory perspectives – what are the economic measures to revive the global food security"

The recent global crisis of Covid-19 can be seen as a wake-up call which can be turned into an opportunity to work hard on the resilience and…


19.05.2021 | News

Tripartite Dialogue and economic growth – what are the positive impacts on employment and job creation?

Tripartite dialogue includes all types of negotiation, consultation and exchange of information between or among representatives of governments,…


15.04.2021 | News

Urbanization for social protection?! What are existing mechanisms to ensure the inclusion of citizens in urbanization processes?

Active participation and consultation of citizens is particularly important for many elements of urban and rural development


09.03.2021 | News

Digital EPRN & FES breakfast about the dawn of AI in Africa

EPRN in collaboration with FES organized yet another edition of digital breakfast, which brought together experts, trade unionists, representatives…


19.02.2021 | News

Social protection strategies and the new Ubudehe categories – what should citizens expect?

Social protection strategy is one of the driving tools to achieve socio-economic development of Rwanda...


06.02.2021 | News

Digital Policy Breakfast: COVID-19 & the 2nd Lockdown in Kigali "What are the economic implications for Rwanda?"

On Friday 29th of January 2021, the FES Rwanda in partnership with EPRN held their first policy breakfast meeting this year 2021.


16.11.2020 | News

FES Rwanda – Young Citizen Training Program (YCTP) – the first group made it through the (virtual) journey in 2020

For the first time in its young history in Kigali, the FES office organized the first round of the Rwandan “Young Citizen Training Program” (YCTP) in…


29.10.2020 | News

A Comic book on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

The Friedrich-Ebert Stiftung in Rwanda (FES Rwanda) in cooperation with Gravity Studios Rwanda published a Comic Book on the 17 Sustainable…



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