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US student trains Rwandan women in mushroom cultivation

US student trains Rwandan women in mushroom cultivation

U.S. Cornell Graduate Student, Bryan Sobel said Mushroom cultivation has the potential to become a regional enterprise for those who are looking to support their families, or can serve as a food source and improve nutritional status. Sobel, said this during his two- week stay in Rwanda December 2012. The student who specializes in mushroom production [...]

UK students extends orchid knowledge to Rwanda

A group of Writhlington School students has made a groundbreaking visiting Rwanda in February 2013, where they have been working to set up orchid projects in the country’s schools.   The group of 3 students includes Zoe Parfitt, Zoe Barnes and Jake Smaje, spent a week in Rwanda working with students and staff at four [...]

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Rwanda: DOT supports Rwandan women entrepreneur

Digital Opportunity Trust (DOT)—an international organisation founded by Janet Longmore, who is a Canadian national has been supporting many youth and women through Rwanda offices across the country. The Rwanda DOT initiative considers those from remote areas, who are not well informed about different livelihood opportunities around them given their daily responsibilities at home. Here [...]

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Rwanda : Marriot Hotels to train Rwandan girls

Female students from Akilah women’s Institute will be given first priority of working and acquiring free training in the Middle East, courtesy of Marriot Hotels Kigali. After completing their academic courses at the Kigali based women’s Institute, the benefiting students will start taking practical skills trainings in three Marriot hotels around the world. This will [...]

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Rwanda: Danish Government sign MOU

The Rwanda Defense Forces (RDF) and the Danish Government have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to set up peacekeeping base to train and facilitate Rwandan troops deployed in peacekeeping missions. The memorandum was signed by Rwanda’s Minister of Defense, Gen. James Kabarebe and Major General Kurt Mosgaard, the Head of International Security Cooperation at [...]

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Rwanda: US university students to train health workers

Students from six Universities in the US will be coming to Rwanda, August 3, 2012, to train health workers to improve their services and skills. The contingent students will come from Howard University, who will be joined by others from Texas, New York, Maryland, Illinois, and Duke University. The training is aimed at helping Rwanda [...]

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