This fund aims to help Rwanda’s creative industry recover from COVID-19

In Rwanda, a total of 30 impact oriented and sustainable projects from stakeholders in the Cultural and Creative Industry are set to benefit from a RWF300 million ($315,900) recovery fund launched by the government and various partners. Joining CNBC for more is Rosemary Mbabazi, Minister Youth & Culture Rwanda and Geraldine Umutesi, Deputy Director General, Imbuto Foundation.

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