People serving prison sentences in Rwanda could start receiving university education at correctional facilities if a new bill on correctional services is voted into law by Parliament. The new bill, the New Times newspaper reports, is part of efforts to review the correctional system by integrating education in the convicts’ rehabilitation process. It aims to make inmates more productive by empowering them with the appropriate skills and knowledge for self-sustainability and to help them to become law-abiding citizens. The bill has not been universally welcomed though, with one member of parliament expressing concern that people would commit crimes in order to access free tertiary education while incarcerated.