The role of the use of improved agricultural practices in ensuring food security in Rwanda
par Emmanuel Eng. NSENGIYUMVA
Institut d'enseignement supérieur de Ruhengeri - Engineering Degree Ao in Statistics 2014
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INSTITUT D'ENSEIGNEMENT SUPÉRIEUR DE RUHENGERI Accredited by Ministerial Order NO 005/2010/Mineduc of 16 June 2010
INSTITUT D'ENSEIGNEMENT SUPÉRIEUR DE RUHENGERI
FACULTY OF APPLIED FUNDAMANTAL SCIENCES
DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS APPLIED TO ECONOMY
THE ROLE OF THE USE OF IMPROVED AGRICULTURAL PRACTICES IN ENSURING FOOD SECURITY IN RWANDA
Case study: BURERA District, CYANIKA sector
Dissertation Submitted to the Faculty of statistics applied to economy as a partial fulfilment of the award of a Degree of Engineering in Statistics Applied to Economy
Mr. Emmanuel NSENGIYUMVA
Supervisor: NGABO Valence (M.sc.)
With love and gratitude, I dedicate this work to:
My brothers and sister;
All beloved friends
I, Emmanuel NSENGIYUMVA, hereby declare that this dissertation entitled «The role of the use of improved agricultural practice in ensuring food security in Rwanda, case study: CYANIKA sector, BURERA District» is submitted as a partial Fulfilment for the award of a Degree of Engineering in Applied Fundamental sciences
The work is the result of my own investigations. All sections of the text and results that have been obtained from other sources were fully referenced. I understand that cheating and plagiarism constitute a breach of the Institute regulations and will be dealt with accordingly
This is to affirm that this Research work entitled «The role of the use of improved agricultural practice in ensuring food security in Rwanda, case study: CYANIKA sector, BURERA District» was carried out under my supervision.
Supervisor: NGABO Valence (M.sc.)
The success of this research paper is attributed to encouragement, kindness and guidance of many individuals, relatives and friends.
My first gratitude is given to God, without whose love and will, the journey towards this work would not have been completed.
I'm deeply indebted to my Supervisor Mr. Valence NGABO whose guidance; correction and encouragement at all stages of his study were indispensable for its completion
I also extend my special thanks to my Father NAHIMANA Gervais and my late Mother Cecille MUKAKALISA who departed when we needed her most and who left before enjoying the benefits of her sweat in bringing me up and educating me.
It is also dedicated to my sister DUSABE Sarah and my all young brothers who sacrificed a lot for me. Their love, advices and financial support as well as prayers have been my encouragement during my studies in INES RUHENGERI.
Sincere thanks are extended to the staff of the Department of Statistics Applied tom economy, Faculty of applied statistics at INES-RUHENGERI for their motivation and commitment to train future bright Statisticians
I also owe gratitude to all other people who rendered their moral and intellectual support during my studies
Last but not least, I wish to extend my sincere thanks to my classmates, work team, all friends and my relatives far and near for their generous efforts without which this dissertation would not have been completed. I will always recognize your support
To you all I just say thank you.
Mr. Emmanuel NSENGIYUMA