President Kagame's piece on Rwanda's democracy in the Financial Times.
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By Jessica Twentyman
Huge stacks of paper-based medical reports from local health centres are being input into a computer at Nyamata Hospital, 24 miles south of Kigali, Rwanda’s capital. Dariya Mukamusoni, the hospital’s director, is supervising the process
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By William Wallis
Paul Kagame divides opinion in Africa and beyond. He is a visionary to some, to others a tyrant. But when he says that Africans are tired of being pawns on the global chessboard, he speaks for much of the continent.
Mr Kagame, who has presided over Rwanda’s recovery since his guerrilla army ended the 1994 genocide, takes a dim view of the prescriptions that often come with western aid. He has been on the receiving end, having relied on donors to bankroll his government.
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