One Laptop Per Child report submitted to Public Accounts Committee in May 2016

Stephen Abbott Pugh made this Access to Information request to Office of the Auditor General

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Stephen Abbott Pugh

Dear Office of the Auditor General,

I would like to ask for the following information under Law no 04/2013 of 08/02/2013 relating to access to information.

Following a recent news article in the New Times ( and a live TV debate on RTV (, I would be interested to read the Auditor General's report submitted to the Public Accounts Committee in May 2016 which features information about Rwanda's One Laptop Per Child scheme.

However I have been unable to find this report on the Auditor General's website. Can you please provide me with a PDF copy of the report or submit a link to where I can find the report online to download a copy for myself?

Yours sincerely

Stephen Abbott Pugh

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Sent request to Office of the Auditor General again, using a new contact address.

Ezra Gasangwa,

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Dear Stephen,

Thank you for showing interest in one of our reports. However, in respect of professional secrecy as spelled out in clause 27 of the International Standards of Supreme Audit Institutions (ISSAI 30, CODE OF ETHICS) which OAG Rwanda adheres to, we cannot disclose information obtained the process of auditing to a third party.

You can either obtain the report from the client; Rwanda Education Board (REB) or Parliament whom we report to.

I have attached a copy of ISSAI 30 and shared the link to INTOSAI website where you can find further standards public sector auditors adhere to.


Ezra Gasangwa

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