Rwanda: Education Programme Will Help Unlock Country's Potential
The Government has unveiled plans to scale down the number of students enrolling in the standard education system and, instead, put more effort on Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET).
MulvannyG2 worked pro bono with the Rwanda Girls Initiative to design, develop, and build the Gashora Girls Academy, an all-girls secondary boarding school.(file photo).
The New Times, 13 March 2012
The government has announced plans to increase students pursuing Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) courses to 60 percent of the total secondary school student... read more »
The New Times, 11 March 2012
The overwhelming levels in the number of students who passed the recently released Technical and Vocational Education and Training examinations, are a vindication of the efforts to... read more »
Rwanda: TVET Students Excel
The New Times, 10 March 2012
The Workforce Development Authority (WDA), yesterday released, last year's A'Level technical and professional national examinations of which a stunning 90.8 percent of candidates,... read more »