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Youth in Bugesera say “Akazi Kanoze” programme helped them to achieve sustainable development

Bugesera: Akazi Kanoze programme a social development spark

on November 20, 2014, 10:11 am / in English, featured, Ibikorwa

  Youth in Bugesera district commended ‘Akazi Kanoze’, a government programme that promotes technical education for improving their lives. Akazi Kanoze, empowers Rwandan youth with the necessary tools and resources to enter into a positive development pathway that will lead to increased lifelong livelihood opportunities. Under the programme, youth are selected and paid for by USAID to acquire vocational training […]

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Rumwe mu rubyiruko rwigishijwe imyuga binyuze muri gahunda y’akazi kanoze

Bugesera: Rumwe mu rubyiruko rwigishijwe imyuga ruravuga ko rumaze kwigeza kuri byinshi

on November 19, 2014, 3:05 pm / in featured, Ibikorwa

Bamwe mu rubyiruko rwize imyuga binyuze muri gahunda y’akazi kanoze mu karere ka Bugesera, baravuga ko bamaze kwigeza kuri byinshi mu iterambere babikesha imyuga bigishijwe none bakaba babona amafaranga abateza imbere mu gihe mbere ngo byari nk’indoto gukora ku ifaranga. Ntamugabumwe Faustin yarangije kwiga imyuga muri gahunda y’akazi kanoze mu mwaka wa 2010 aho yize ibijyanye no gusudira, ahita ashinga […]

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Head of the German delegation, Gudrun Grosse Wiesmann, and Finance minister Amb. Claver Gatete after sealing the deal. (Courtesy)

Rwanda gets nearly €70m for skills training

on November 14, 2014, 9:02 am / in English, featured

The Government of Rwanda and The Federal Republic of Germany concluded cooperation negotiations that saw German donate €69.5 million equivalent to Rwf 60 billion, to support Rwanda’s economic development. The donation will be invested in technical and vocational education, decentralization and financial sector development, respectively. The Minister of Finance and Economic Planning highlighted that the contribution will enhance Rwanda’s economic […]

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Huye: TVT gives skills and employability

Huye: TVT gives skills and employability

on November 7, 2014, 9:44 am / in Amasomo, English, featured

The Rwandan government is keen on reshaping the national skills development system in order to reduce the skills mismatch, promote waged and self-employment for young people and mobilize different ways of learning to cope with the need for highly skilled workers. With the financial support from Society for Family Health (SFH), a non-profit organisation that fights against HIV/AIDS 30 youth […]

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