The impact of these successful reforms can be seen in Prindex data, which shows by far the lowest rate of perceived tenure insecurity among the first 15 countries sampled. Fewer than one in 12 Rwandans (8%) felt insecure about their tenure rights in 2018, an equivalent of 500,000 people aged 18 or over. Eighty nine percent of the sample interviewed felt secure about their properties and the remaining 3% refused or did not know how to answer the question. Women felt slightly less insecure than men about losing their property. Challenges remain in the Northern Province of Rwanda where rates of tenure insecurity are double the national average .
The tables and diagrams below show key Prindex results for Rwanda or you can download an infographic.