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Unemployed varsity graduates acquire entrepreneurial skills

Over 6000 unemployed university graduates are set to benefit from a new project that seeks to the empower youth with entrepreneurial skills.

Launched in Kigali on Thursday, the project is a joint initiative between Rwanda Cooperative Agency (RCA), Rwanda Development Board (RDB) and Edified Generation Rwanda, an alumni of Imbuto Foundation scholars.

The project started with Gasabo, enrolling 15 young graduates in each sector of the district for a three-day training during which they will learn how to write bankable business proposals.

MINEDUC yafunze burundu Kaminuza ya Nile Source Polytechnic

Minisiteri y’Uburezi yamaze gufunga burundu Kaminuza ya Nile Source Polytechnic of Applied Sciences (NSPA) nyuma yaho byaro byakozwe ku by’agateganyo ngo ibaze ikosore ibitari bitunganye ariko ntigire icyo ikora.

yi kaminuza iherereye mu Karere ka Huye yari yahagaritswe by’agateganyo n’Inama y’amashuri makuru na Kaminuza (HEC) bikorwa no ku zindi kaminuza icyenda byagaragaye ko hari ibyo zitujuje, zose zihabwa amezi atandatu yo kwikosora bitaba ibyo zigafungwa burundu.

Schools urged to embrace play-based learning

There is a need to break the teacher-centred methodology of instruction to enable learners take a lead role in the learning process.

The call was made by Dr Michael Rwibasira, the head of the Department of Examination and Accreditation, Ministry of Education, at a recent conference in Kigali. Themed ‘Play for the Advancement of Quality Education Project’, the conference was organised by Right to Play in conjunction with Ministry of Education.

Why schools need entrepreneurship clubs

For any learner to become all-round, they ought to be equipped with a variety of skills, and this can be done through joining the different clubs at school, depending on their preferences. For instance, entrepreneurship clubs provide an avenue through which learners can acquire skills to cope with life outside school, either on the labour market or for job creation.

Why we need to celebrate and empower our teachers

Education remains a very important foundation on which the base of any nation is established.  Education not only shows the right path that the students should follow but also prepares the human resource for further development of the nation. 
It has a great impact in moulding of the current and successive generations. It is indispensable, especially in today’s world where getting on in life requires a good education. 

UNICEF programme to expand pre-primary education

UNICEF is set to expand its early childhood development (ECD) programmes in Rwanda following a new grant worth over €3.5 million from the IKEA Foundation.

The grant will go towards supporting the Government and civil society organisations to improve the welfare of children.

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