The retreat attracted 400 leaders from private and public institutions. It mainly focused on the Vision 2050, looking at what is necessary for each sector of leadership to contribute to the accomplishment of the vision’s goals.
During the retreat, topics that often emerged were the development of both the education and health sectors of the country, two cornerstones of the Vision 2050.
The discussions included the prevention of corruption in Rwanda as well as the country’s position on the international stage.
This Thursday, being the last day of the retreat, the leaders took the second session on how to make Rwanda free of corruption as well as looking at the current position of the country on an international stage. The session was led by different ambassadors of Rwanda.