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The most inviting city in Africa?
by Bert Archer
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13 January 2020
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Although there are many factors that have led to Kigali's solid infrastructure and booming development, one thing stands out as the organising principle: umuganda. On the last Saturday of every month, between 08:00 and 11:00, at least one person between the ages of 18 and 65 in every Rwandan household must get outside and clean, fix or do maintenance work. Umuganda, a Kinyarwanda word that can be roughly translated as 'community service', is part of Rwanda's heritage.
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