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WeCode the Future – Empowering Rwandan Women in Technology

In Rwanda, digitalisation has the potential to create new, well-paid jobs. However, since the IT-sector is traditionally a masculine domain, so far mainly men have profited from this development. WeCode is a Rwandan software academy that works to close the gender gap by supporting women in the IT-sector. As part…

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Master Instructors in Carpentry boost local trade to new level

After five days of intense theoretical and practical exams, 16 Master Instructors in Carpentry (MIC) graduated from Rubengera Technical Secondary School (RTSS) and its international partners on March 23rd, 2019. The graduation ceremony was the crowning end to a series of further trainings in the realm of Training of Trainers…

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Newly trained bird guides strengthen tourism in Rwanda

33 bird guides and two new bird guide co-trainers were certified on Friday, 5th of April 2019.

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Binocular handover ushers in a new era for birding

Promising bird guides start training 3-week training well-equipped

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Ride along Tour du Rwanda 2019

GIZ team tests new tourism product in Kivu Belt.

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Culinary arts training

The Workforce Development Authority (WDA) organized a training on culinary arts, food and beverages for employees in the hospitality sector in Rubavu district and tourism graduates.

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Future bakers and pastry cooks trained

The aim of the training was to equip the beneficiaries with production and managerial skills as well as skills in entrepreneurship to establish their own businesses.

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Winners of “Call for Proposals Campaign” selected

Tourism and hospitality graduates receive start capital to develop innovative tourism products in Kivu Belt.

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Wood, Tourism and ICT exhibitors supported by Eco-Emploi programme shine at the Made in Rwanda Expo 2018

The fourth edition of the annual Made in Rwanda Expo 2018 recently concluded with significant interest from many visitors and potential clients for the locally produced wood and ICT products and tourism activities that were largely driven by their high quality.

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New textbooks for TVET Schools

Today, German Development Cooperation’s Eco-Emploi Programme hands over the first 1.000 of overall 4.000 new textbooks to the Workforce Development Authority (WDA) for distribution to TVET Schools.

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Hospitality Training

Excellent customer and hospitality service ensures high-quality standards in tourism. To improve the skills of service personnel, employees of hotels and restaurants including unemployed TVET graduates in the district of Rubavu.

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Handling Textbooks to TVET Schools

The Workforce Development Authority (WDA) receives today, one thousand and five hundreds (1500) textbooks in ICT, Carpentry, Tourism and Hospitality.

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