Rwanda Biomedical Centre (RBC) is the nation's central health implementation agency.
RBC was established in 2011 through a merger of fourteen key health institutions. RBC strives to improve the health of the Rwandan population by providing high quality, affordable and sustainable health care services. This is accomplished through the implementation of preventative, rehabilitative, and curative health interventions.
RBC conducts scientific research, provides diagnostics services, and implements innovative health interventions to protect the nation against diseases and other health threats.
Mission: RBC promotes high quality, affordable, and sustainable health care services to the population through evidence-based interventions and practices guided by ethics and professionalism.
Vision: To become a Center of Excellence for the prosperity of the country, ensuring quality health service delivery, education and research.
The Board of Directors of Rwanda Biomedical Centre has been appointed by the Cabinet Decision in the cabinet meeting held in 2016.
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Epidemic Surveillance and Response (ESR)
HIV/AIDS and STIs Diseases
Malaria and Other Parasitic Diseases
Maternal, Child and Community Health
Medical Technology and Infrastructure (MTI)
Medical Research Centre Unit
National Reference Laboratory
National Centre for Blood Transfusion
Non Communicable Diseases
Planning, M&E and Business Strategy
Rwanda Health Communication Centre
Tuberculosis and Other Respiratory Diseases