• Community-based approach can tackle skills gap: experts

    Prime Minister Anastase Murekezi has called on regional employment experts to reflect on the problems affecting the labour market in regional countries and come up with tangible remedies to the prevailing skills gap.

    Such problems include low levels of investment, and productivity, disparities between education and labour market, among others.

  • Prime Minister calls for joint effort to tackle unemployment

    Prime Minister Anastase Murekezi has said unemployment has become a global challenge that requires joint efforts from all nations.

  • Christelle Kwizera - The startup story of a social entrepreneur on a mission to provide much-needed affordable water solutions in East Africa

    Water scarcity in Africa is a huge challenge today, but one young woman socialpreneur is building an enterprise that is looking to bring an answer that is both affordable and durable. Christelle Kwizera, founder of Water Access Rwanda (WARwanda), a company providing essential water filtration solutions, is already making a difference in her country.  

  • Despite her disability, Hirwa uses her talent to make a living

    Everybody is blessed with a talent. For Diane Hirwa, she has two, a creative mind and a disarming smile. She uses the first one to prodigiously earn her living while the second one is expended on charming people to see her the way she is.

  • Creating employment opportunities for the youth through JOB NET

    Job Net is an annual event organized by Kigali Employment Service Centre (KESC). Taking place every year during the employment week, it is a platform that has seen more than 100 youth gainfully employed. First launched in 2014, it has since grown stronger and bigger and every year more youth are connected to potential employers. This year Job Net will be held on April 27 at Petit Stade, in Remera.

  • Disclosing Rwandan youth secret to economic success

    The stunning achievement of young people in Rwanda, the daring hearts and an exemplary hard work result from the government efforts in backing the frequently straggling fresh minds and exposed potentials.

    The country is investing both into the youth and on the private sector to be the engine of the economy, a reason the Minister of Finance ,Amb. Claver Gatete says it’s participation in the development of the economy is vital.

  • Small businesses tipped on product marketing, innovation

    Small-and-medium enterprises (SMEs) should think outside the box, develop better products and offer competitive customer service if they are to move their businesses to the next level. 

    According to David Ormesher, the chief executive officer, Closer Look, Inc, a US-based pharmaceutical marketing firm, many local SMEs offer similar services, do not package their products properly, and have poor customer service.

  • How to cope after losing your job

    Ines looks around like someone looking for an escape door. She tries to sit down in the chair next to her, but changes her mind. She mumbles unintelligible words before leaving the HR’s office with tears streaming down her cheeks. 

    It is now obvious that something is terribly a miss with Ines. The personal secretary to the CEO just storms out of the building, forgetting her stuff and without talking to any of her colleagues. It is later revealed by management that Ines was fired from her job.



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