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Learning Science in a Fun Way

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Kivu Belt Short Documentary

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Job Seekers Success Stories

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Employers Success Stories

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Made in Rwanda Short Documentary

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E-Commerce Short Documentary Final

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How collaborations led to success

Sr. Marie Louise, Director of RTSS details the schools journey The Rubengera Technical Secondary School was founded in 2013 with the aim to help young unemployed people find jobs and have a better and decent life. The school has come a long way since then; initially started with 15 students, the school now has 57 students with 17 girls amongst them.

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Marie Louise’s passion for culinary arts brings her success

Nyiraneza Marie Louise’s restaurant‘Umutuzo’ has blossomed into a full-fledged business since its initiation in May 2018. Recognised for the Rwandan food it serves, the restaurantcatersup to 45 clients everyday and makes a profit of around Rwf 100,000 per month.Marie, who runs her restaurant in Karongi District, came up with the idea aftershelost her job in a public institution.Although equipped with a bachelor’s degree in sociology, it was difficult to find another job in herline of study. Faced with a huge responsibility to support her family, she looked into prospects for alternative employment.

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