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Graduands at Rwanda youth rehabilitation center; participants acquire skills in various domains: Carpentry, tailoring, masonry, modern farming; and driving

Rwandan Youth quits Drug for Masonry

on August 23, 2015, 7:31 pm / in Amasomo, English, featured

GerômeTwahirwa18 was in January 2014 attending a science lecture in GS APAPE Gikondo secondary school in Kigali when he felt he needed to smoke cannabis. He stood up and told his teacher that he could not continue with the lecture and walked out. A week later it was reported that Twahirwa had been arrested.  “Police arrested me after stealing a […]

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Strategic plan to boost TVET graduates competitiveness

Strategic plan to boost TVET graduates competitiveness

on August 12, 2015, 9:07 am / in Amasomo, English, featured

Developing a strategic plan will help technical and vocation educational training institutions to churn outcompetitive graduates that will be able to acquire jobs as well as be ableto start their own businesses. “IPRC South strives to become a leading TVET provider in the region, producing graduates capable of developing and implementing creative technical solutions for labour market needs,” said Dr. […]

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More Students head for Public polytechnic schools in Rwanda

More Students head for Public polytechnic schools in Rwanda

on July 7, 2015, 4:27 pm / in Amasomo, English, featured

The number of students that have been enrolled by public polytechnic schools has doubled in the 2015 intake, Workforce Development Agency; a body regulating   polytechnics revealed. Accordingto statistics released by the agency; 3,138 students out of 5,889 applications have been selected to join different polytechnics. Theodore Habimana, director in charge of TVET training at workforce development agency said that most […]

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Tech students venture into renewable energy sources

Tech students venture into renewable energy sources

on June 27, 2015, 6:15 pm / in English, featured

A group of students at Tumba College of Technology in Rulindo district have invented a solar water heater as one of the first and ground breaking innovative inventions in Rwanda which will impact of the dissemination of new renewable energy sources in the country. The solar water heater was built with the help of their teachers in the department of […]

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