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Upholstered Furniture: Train the Trainers

December 17,2017

High quality training results in high quality products. The “Training of Trainers” programme maintains the top-level standard of Rwandan wood….

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Wood & Tourism Pavilion at Made in Rwanda Expo 2017

December 17,2017

Lake Kivu’s beauty, tour activities, or stay in some of Rwanda’s finest hotels and lodges. At the same time, the….

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German Christmas Market 2017: Successful 2nd edition

December 17,2017

Bright sunshine, beautiful products, mulled wine and waffles. The German Christmas Market in Kigali combined German Christmas tradition with the….

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Rwanda Film Office to be launched soon

December 17,2017

The Rwanda Film Office (RFO), internationally also known as film commission, will serve as a regional point of contact for….

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Businesses to participate in Made in Rwanda Expo 2017

December 17,2017

SMEs and cooperatives from the wood and tourism industries will be supported by Eco-Emploi to participate in the Made in….

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Tourism companies steer the development of the Kivu Belt region

December 17,2017

Hotels, tour operators and other tourism actors from Rubavu, Karongi and Nyungwe destinations initiated a Destination Management Unit (DMU) for….

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Wood standards to be developed by the Rwanda Standards Board

December 17,2017

At the end of 2017, RSB will start the process of defining and approving standards for the wood sector. At….

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Companies join efforts to boost wood products for Made in Rwanda

December 17,2017

Rwandan companies in the wood industry are looking at ways to improve their production. Their goal is to tap into….

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Partners ready to start activities in e-commerce

December 17,2017

MINICOM, Eco-Emploi, DHL and the International Trade Center (ITC) will start the implementation of activities to promote e-commerce in Rwanda…..

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How to digitalise tourism and wood industry

December 17,2017

Digitalisation of economic sectors can bear a strong potential for enhanced productivity and growth. Eco-Emploi is conducting two major studies….

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ECO – EMPLOI IN BRIEF

ECO-EMPLOI – PROMOTION OF ECONOMY AND EMPLOYMENT IN RWANDA

The programme is part of the priority area “Sustainable Economic Development” of the Rwandan-German Development Cooperation.

Our objective:  is to sustainably increase the employment of a skilled workforce. In order to make significant contributions to the overall goal, the programme embodies an integrated approach of technical and vocational education and training, labour market interventions and private sector development.

Sectors

The Information- and communications technology (ICT) sector is a combination of manufacturing...

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The Development of the wood sector is one of key resolutions of...

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The Government of Rwanda has identified tourism as one of the key...

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Creative industry is one of the growing sectors in the global economy....

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Interventions
Private Sector Development
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Rwanda aims to become a middle income country by 2020. A strong private sector is a key success...

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Labour Market Intervention
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Employment and self-employment are key to sustainable economic development. With the component of labour market interventions the Eco-Emploi...

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Skills Development
Information Communication Technology
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Qualified workforce is the most important capital for the economic and social development of a country. With a...

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