In 2018 Rwanda was ranked number five in women’s participation in the economy, their educational achievements, their health and their political involvement. Women occupy more than 50% seats in the parliament. Though there is a political will to promote gender equality feminism is not a culturally developed concept.
Most of the businesswomen in Rwanda are in the small trade business – the remaining majority are employed by local and international corporations in middle career positions. Rwandan women are believed to be very loyal to their managers.
This country-specific business culture profile was written by Keith Warburton who is the founder of the cultural awareness training consultancy Global Business Culture.
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This World Business Culture profile is designed as an introduction to business culture in Rwanda only and a more detailed understanding needs a more in-depth exploration which we can provide through our training and consultancy services.
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