Our goal is "quality education"
why Quality education matter and what can be done toachive it?
Our objective : Ensure inclusive and qualityeducation for all and promote lifelong learning.
OVER 8000+THOUSANDS GRADUATES IN RWANDA FINISH THEIR UNDERGRADUATE EDUCATION EVERY YEAR.
But few are able to compete at national level and also global market because of lack of well tailored skills that fits the labour market needs
OVER 8000+ GRADUATES STUDENT IN A YEAR ARE MORE THAN FOUR TIMES THE NUMBER OF GRADUATES THE CONTRY HAD IN 33 YEARS AGO.
Until 1994, Rwanda had only 2000 graduates in a population of 7.4 million, according to available statistics from Ministry of Education.After the genocide against Tutsi in 1994, the number of Rwandans with University degrees has grown to 500,000 as of last year.However, the country still has a long way to go as the figure merely represents a 4.2% of the country’s 12 million population.However these number of graduates tremendously increasei there is still a problem in their knowlegde transformation in a market place where few are able to fits the jobs markert requirements and many lack to gets jobs.
THE CORE PROBLEM
the main reason for this issue is that our education is really based on
theory based knowlede and students lack the soft skills and compentencies
that can help them to adapt themselves through this world changing of
MAIN SKILLS THEY LACK
Soft skills:communication skills,team work,problem solving and critical thinking
compentencies: hand on experience,digital skills,project management.