The Rwandan diaspora operates a movement that few African countries have succeeded initiating : the return to the country. The brain drain in reverse, Rwandans from abroad seek to come back, matching with a governmental policy largely supported by President Kagame. Since a certain stability has shown efficient, comforted by an economic growth and the improvement/creation of infrastructures, the country has become a possible dream for the diaspora. To name it Eldorado would be too strong in regard to rwandese pragmatism, but the movement is nonetheless significant.
The country has gone through several waves of return since 1994, but this one concerns specifically people around their thirties, graduated with an already strong experience. They want to be part of this movement, and part of the development of their country.