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COVID-19 lock-down: How Rwanda is responding to the economic fallout of school closures

The government of Rwanda revealed its plans to reopen schools, starting gradually in October and concluding in November 2020. The temporary school closure started in March 2020 as a means to mitigate the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. Initially the reopening of schools was planned for September 2020. This episode of Doing Business in Rwanda delves into the economic impact of the school closures.

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