• Two young women transforming Africa with digital innovation

    With nearly 200 million people between the ages of 15 and 24, Africa has the youngest population in the world, and it is set to double by 2025. Their ability to understand and solve pressing social and economic challenges with the solutions of tomorrow – digital solutions that are locally relevant and can be scaled up – is truly poised to transform systems.

  • One young person with an idea can impact lives of hundreds, says DOT founder Janet Longmore

    Janet Longmore is the president, founder and chief executive of Digital Opportunity Trust (DOT), a global social interprise that focuses on empowering the youth. The New Times’ Allan Brian Ssenyonga caught up with Longmore on her recent visit to Rwanda for the World Economic Forum on Africa, where she spoke about DOT’s works in youth empowerment in the digital era.


  • BPN makes its mark in Rwanda

    BPN (Business Professionals Network) is a Swiss Swiss Non Profit Organization that helps entrepreneurs to sustainably grow their businesses. BPN is here for you.

  • Social Enterprises for Development: Beyond Job Creation

    Business for development is a celebrated concept these days. Those with a commercial interest and an eye for development more recently have moved away from microcredit or microfinance and are now looking towards impact investing, entrepreneurship and social enterprise creation.

  • Government Has Been Creating 146,000 Jobs Per Year - Mifotra

    Government has made progress to meet the target of creating 200,000 off-farm jobs annually by 2018. This was said by Judith Uwizeye, the Minister of Public Service and Labor (MIFOTRA).

    "According to the latest Integrated Household Living Conditions Survey (EICV4) report which was released in September 2015, at least 146,000 off-farm jobs having been created in the country annually since 2011. With such a record, I am optimistic that government will achieve its target of creating 200,000 off-farm jobs every year by 2018," Uwizeye said.

  • Hope for jobseekers at Kigali employment fair

    Hundreds of jobseekers yesterday turned up at Petit Stade, Remera for the third Kigali Employment Fair which attracted over 60 companies looking for candidates to fill available vacancies. 

    Janvier Dukuzumuremyi, a university graduate from Musanze District, said he hoped to get a job from the fair.

  • Fresh labour market data should be produced regularly - experts

    There is a need to consistently generate and publish fresh labour market information that provides updates on the kind of skills that employers need, and the number of jobseekers as well as their areas of expertise.

    The call was made by participants who were gathered at a two-day regional employment forum in Kigali, which concluded on Tuesday.

    This, they said, would significantly help address the issue of unemployment.

  • Labour Day amid youth unemployment challenges

    Every year the world celebrates Labour Day. It is marked with the celebration of the socio-economic achievements of workers worldwide.

    Basically, the Labour Day reminds the working class globally that having a job is a precious thing.

    In Africa, the Labour Day should give us an opportunity to address critical employment challenges, especially among the youth.



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