ICT

Rwanda's ministry of Youth and ICT has signed a memorandum of understanding 
(MoU) with the International Computer Driving Licence (ICDL) programme
to advance digital literacy in that country

MYICT aims to roll out digital literacy campaign

on February 4, 2015, 11:03 am / in English, ICT

The ICDL programme enables the proficient use of ICT to empower individuals, organisations and society, through the development, promotion and delivery of quality certification programmes. ICDL certification programmes have been delivered to over 12 million people, in 41 languages, across 148 countries, through a network of over 24,000 test centres. According to a statement the ICDL will facilitate the translation of […]

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Les discussions fructueuses entre la délégation du Gouvernement du Rwanda et celle de l’Oracle

D’ici  2019, le Rwanda aura 500 personnes hautement formées en ICT et maîtrisant le programme d’Oracle

on January 28, 2015, 1:29 pm / in featured, ICT

Oracle Corporation, une société de technologie informatique, basée à Redwood City, en Californie aux USA, vient au Rwanda pour développer les ICT. Cette multinationale américaine est spécialisée a la formation en informatique, matériel informatique  et le développement et la commercialisation des logiciels d’entreprises surtout les systèmes de gestion de base de données. Oracle Corporation a signé  un contrat avec le […]

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Oracle, Government pen deal to boost ICT skills

Oracle, Government pen deal to boost ICT skills

on January 28, 2015, 11:18 am / in English, featured, ICT

Technical and vocational-TVET graduates are set to acquire employable skills in   ICT, thanks tothe agreement between Government ofRwandaand Oracle Corporation. The partnership is seen to boost the government’s efforts to stir the use of technology to leapfrog the economy into middle income by 2020 banking on technical and vocational skills to close the skills gap in key sectors of the […]

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HP to boost e- learning in Rwanda

HP to boost e- learning in Rwanda

on October 16, 2014, 9:45 am / in English, featured, ICT

The American company Hewlett-Packard (HP) has revealed plans to partner with Rwanda in a bid to boost e-learning project and other potential areas.   The announcement was made by HP officials led by Vice President, Worldwide Education Gus Schmeld on October 14, at Work Force Development Authority (WDA) in Kigali where they are visiting to explore potential areas.   While […]

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