Rwandan horticulture targets $130mn in annual export revenue by 2024


Rwanda targets 46,314 tonnes of horticulture harvest and annual export revenue of about $130 million by 2024. According to projections from the Ministry of Agriculture, horticulture has become an important sector in the Rwandan economy and contributes about 50 per cent of non-traditional exports. CNBC Africa’s Zwena Bachoo spoke to George William Kayonga, CEO of National Agricultural Export Development Board for more.

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