Effect of International Remittances on Poverty in Rwanda

International remittances to developing countries have been increasing in recent decades and they constitute a critical lifeline for millions of recipient households in these countries. However, their effect on poverty remains a subject of empirical debate among scholars. In the case of SSA countries, scant empirical evidence provides an in-depth understanding through which these inflows reduce poverty.

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