The Rwanda Smart City Edition of ii2030 is set to address some of the critical challenges Rwandan cities are facing in the context of climate change, digital transformation, resource scarcity, rising social inequalities and urbanization. Over the past few years, Rwanda has made strides in the smart city agenda, emerging as a regional leader. Endeva’s ii2030 process intends to catalyze the use of technology for the achievement of Sustainable Development Goals. To this effect this ii2030 edition has three tracks. 

Tracks

For the Rwanda Smart City Edition of ii2030, Endeva e.V. is organizing and implementing three tracks 

Road Safety

The track on road traffic safety aims to leverage data-driven technology to integrate and strengthen road safety systems. 

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Solid Waste Management

The track on solid waste management aims to develop technology solutions that help reducing, reusing and recycling solid waste. 

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Clean Air

The clean air track focuses on leveraging innovation to boost the mitigation and adaptation of traffic-induced air pollution 

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How do we get there


Preparation /Inception phase

Early January to end of February 

During the inception phase, the Endeva team explores in bilateral interviews with the most important stakeholders like Rwandan ministries, GIZ, large companies and start-ups which concrete topics are most relevant, impactful and represent actionable systems to work with. 

Consultation phase

Early February to mid-April

Endeva conducts a series of virtual workshops with a broad range of stakeholders across all three tracks. The result is an understanding of the system and critical levers to change the way a system works. 

Co-creation phase

Mid-April to end of June

This ideation workshop series is open to a carefully selected group of participants who would be willing and able to implement the solution that comes out of the co-creation process. 

Co-creation and implementation partners

This edition of the ii2030 is supported by Make-IT in Africa as commissioned by Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH on behalf of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ).