Rogers Dushimiyimana from Alliance High School explains how his project of signal of presence and abscence of people in office works. (Timothy Kisambira.)
A new study on Vocational Education has shown areas where the training is paying off and what more needs to get done to get the best out of the programme.
One of the issues raised was that fresh Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) graduates find it hard to get jobs for lack of experience.Read more...
Umuhire Catherine w’i Musanze, wahanze umurimo wo gukora ibyuma bya “Bende feri” avuga ko umaze ku mugeza ku mitungo ya miliyoni 3RWf.
Porogaramu ya telefoni ifasha ababyeyi gukurikirana abana babo ku ishuri yahimbwe n’Abanyarwanda, yahawe igihembo mpuzamahanga kubera uburyo izongera ireme ry’uburezi.
Muganga Mariam ari kumwe n’Umunyamabanga Mukuru wa ITU, Houlin Zhao ubwo yari amaze kumushyikiriza igihembo.
A section of Rwandan youth, yesterday, met with different stakeholders at Kigali Impact Hub under the auspices of a project dubbed “Road to Nairobi 2016”, that aims at promoting youth employment and inspire African and global leaders by showcasing how young people can make a difference for their generation.Read more...
Rwandan students need to discard the old-fashioned mindset of studying in order to get a while-collar job, and embrace a paradigm shift which increasingly places entrepreneurship at the heart of a prosperous future.
This is one of the key messages that dominated an event held in line with the Entrepreneurship Week at the Rwanda Tourism University in Kigali on Tuesday.Read more...
This blog comes to us from our partner Indego Africa, a nonprofit that empowers artisan women in Rwanda and Ghana.Read more...
Minisiteri y’uburezi (MINEDUC) itangaza ko mu gihe cy’imyaka itatu uburezi bugiye kujya butangirwa kuri mudasobwa gusa, abanyeshuri badakoresha ibitabo n’amakayi.
Minisitiri w’uburezi, Dr Musafiri Malimba Papias yabitangaje ubwo yagiranaga ikiganiro n’Ikigo kabuhariwe mu ikoranabuhanga kitwa Microsoft, tariki ya 24 Ugushyingo 2016.
Ndayirata at his plant in Kayonza District last week. From capital worth Rwf50 million, his business has grown to a Rwf1.4 billion enterprise in just four years. / Rodrigue Rwirahira
Janvier Ndayirata, 37, was a nurse earning a monthly salary of Rwf60,000.
In 2012, he quit his nursing job to set up one of the largest paper bag manufacturing plants in Rwanda.