Gisagara: Ntibashimishwa n’uburyo ababyeyi babo bigabiza ibyo bizigamiye

Gisagara: Ntibashimishwa n’uburyo ababyeyi babo bigabiza ibyo bizigamiye

Mu gihe kwigisha abana gufata umuco wo  kwizigama bikomeje hirya no hino abo mu murenge wa Kigembe mu karere ka Gisagara baravuga ko bajya babangamirwa n’ababyeyi bashoka amatungo baba bariyororeye bakayagurisha batabasabye uburenganzira.

Iyi myitwarire ya bamwe mu babyeyi kandi abaturage bo mu murenge wa Kigembe bavuga ko nayo iri mu bihembera amakimbirane yo mu miryango.

Umuco wo kwiharika kw’abana; bivuga kugira akarima cyangwa se amatungo magufi nk’inkwavu ndetse n’inkoko ku mwana, bikaba byamugoboka igihe hari ibyo akeneye nk’ibikoresho by’ishuri, ni gahunda abana bahamya ko ibafasha.

Nku’uko ariko bamwe mu bana babivuga, bakaba bagaya umuco w’ababyeyi bamwe na bamwe bigabiza ibyo aba bana baba barizigamiye bakabikoresha uko bashaka abana batabizi, bitwaje ko aribo bagenga ibyo mu rugo byose.

Umwe mu bana bo mu murenge wa Kigembe twaganiriye utarashatse ko amazina ye atangazwa, unavuga ko yiga mu mashuri yisumbuye, atangaza ko aherutse kubabazwa no gutaha agasanga ababyeyi be bagurishije amatungo yiyororeraga kandi nta nama bamugishije

Ati “Naratashye nsanga inkoko n’inkwavu zanjye bazigurishije batambwiye batanansabye uruhushya birambabaza mara iminsi ibiri ntaha singire uwo mvugisha, sinarye”

Abaturage bo muri aka gace bavuga ko koko hari bamwe mu babyeyi bigabiza imyihariko y’abana bakayikoresha batababajije, rimwe na rimwe n’ikivuyemo umwana ntamenye aho cyarengeye, ibi bigakurura amakimbirane mu ngo.

Mukamabano Marisiyana umukecuru uhatuye ati “Hari nyine abatwara iyo myihariko y’abana bakayigurisha bakajya kwinywera amayoga kandi umwana aba akeneye nawe kwiteza imbere, umwana yavuga induru zikavuga”

Bigirimana Augustin, umunyamabanga nshingwabikorwa w’umurenge wa Kigembe, avuga ko abatari bumva akamaro k’iki gikorwa, ngo bateganya gukomeza kubigisha kugira ngo imyumvire yabo ihinduke.

Ati “hari ababyeyi bagifite imyumvire iri hasi ari nabo bangiza imyihariko y’abana ariko dukomeza ubukangurambaga kandi nabo bazagenda babyumva”

Icyo abana bo muri Kigembe bifuza ni uko ababyeyi bajya babasaba uburenganzira igihe hari ubufasha bakeneye aho kugurisha batabibabwiye.

Nyaruguru: RRA urges cooperatives to pay taxes

Ernest Karasira, the in- charge of training in Rwanda revenue authority has urged representatives of cooperatives and small scale business owners operating in Nyaruguru district to always honour their tax obligations.

It is time for Rwandans to realise that paying taxes is a duty of every citizen. No one should push you around to pay taxes. It is a bad attitude that should not be given room in this country,” he said.

Nyaruguru: RRA urges cooperatives to pay taxes

He encouraged the participants to embrace the culture of paying their taxes on time to avoid penalties.

Isoko rizubakwa ku mupaka wa Gatuna rizongera ubuhahirane hagati y’ibihugu byombi

Umushoramari ari kugaragaza igishushanyo mbonera

Aha berekaga Minisitiri Francois Kanimba igishushanyo vy’uko iryo soko rizaba rimeze

Mu rwego rwo kugabanya ubucuruzi bwambukiranya imipaka bunyuranyije n’amategeko isoko rizubakwa ku mupaka wa Gatuna rizongera ubuhahirane hagati y’ibihugu byombi ndetse rikureho ubucuruzi bwambukiranya imipaka bwakorwaga mu buryo butubahirije amategeko.

Minisiteri y’Ubucuruzi n’Inganda irateganya kubaka iri soko ku mupaka wa Gatuna uhuza igihugu cy’u Rwanda na Uganda mu rwego rwo kunoza ubucuruzi bwambukiranya imipaka kugirango bagabanye n’ubucuruzi bukorwa mu buryo butemewe n’amategeko.

Minisitiri Francois Kanimba ubwo yarari mu karere ka Gicumbi tariki ya 24/6/2015 hamwe n’abashoramari bazubaka iri soko atangaza ko nirimara kuzura rizakemura ikibazo cy’ubucuruzi bwambukiranya imipaka bwakorwaga mu buryo bunyuranyije n’amategeko.

Ibi abyemeza ashingiye ko mu karere ka Gicumbi usanga ibicuruzwa byinshi biri mubihingwa ngandurarugo ibyinshi abaturage bajya kubigurisha muri Uganda ariko binyuze mu nzira zitemewe.

Ibi kandi bijyana n’ibihingwa ngandurabukungu bijya kugurishwa hanze y’igihugu ariko bitubahirije inzira bigomba kunyuzwamo.

Inyungu y’iri soko nuko ibintu byambukaga bijya kugurishwa mu bihugu by’abaturanyi ku giciro gito nyuma bikongera kugaruka mu Rwanda bigurishwa ku giciro cyo hejuru bitazongera kuko inyungu izajya iguma mu gihugu cy’u Rwanda ndetse n’umuturage ntahendwe kubyo aba yiyejerereje akabigurisha ku giciro gito nyuma akongera akabigura ku giciro kinini.

Abacuruzi bo mu karere ka Gicumbi nabo bemeza ko iri soko niriramuka ryuzuye rizabafasha kwagura ubucuruzi bwabo dore ko rizubakwa ku mupaka wa Gatuna uzabafasha guhita bambuka bajya mu gihugu cya Uganda gushakayo ibicuruzwa bitandukanye nk’uko Nyirandama  Chantal uhagarariye abikorera mu karere ka Gicumbi abitangaza.

Nka ba rwiyemezamirimo ngo bazitabira kurikoreramo kugirango bagure ubucuruzi bwabo.

Ibikorwa byo kwimura aahazubakwa iri soko bikaba bizatangira gukorwa muri uyu mwaka wa 2015 bikaba bitegnyijwe ko mu mwaka wa 2016 iri soko ryaba ryatangiye gucururizwamo.

 

Nyabihu:Stone miners commended over improving livelihoods

Nyabihu:Stone miners commended over improving livelihoods 

Some stone miners in Nyabihu district revealed that stone mining improved their livelihoods, calling upon other residents to create jobs for sustainable development.

Talking to this website, Pierre Célestin Barajiginywa, 53and Aminadab Bizuru, 65 highlighted that 30 years of stone mining has seen them off to social development.

“I purchased land worth Rwf300, 000 and built a house worth Rwf600, 000 all from stone mining”Baragijinywa said.

Another colleague Bizuru added “in 30 years, I achieved a lot including livestock in addition to taking care of my wife and seven children. I earn between Rwf40000 and 50,000 every month.”

Nyabihu:Stone miners commended over improving livelihoods

Barajiginywa advises residents to create jobs for sustainable development

Barajiginywa asserted: “An odd job is the one that doesn’t pay the worker. I urge all residents to value work because every job can lead to social development.”

Nyabihu:Stone miners commended over improving livelihoods

Pierre Célestin Barajiginywa and AminadabBizuru said every job leads to sustainable development when done with commitment

The government of Rwanda encourages residents to embrace job creation because it’s a key to self-reliance and sustainable development.

 

Southern Province: Vocational skills improving livelihoods

Southern Province: Vocational skills improving livelihoods

Celestin Habyarimana, the in-charge of TVET in Southern Province revealed that vocational skills improved the livelihoods of many after residents embraced it unlike before.

This is because a great number of Rwandans are enrolling in vocational training centres unlike before when they were thought of as for people that dropped from school, said Habyarimana.

“Like the old saying that a builder’s child misses lunch but eats supper, it’s different now days because this profession enables one to provide three meals a day to his family.” Celestin Habyarimana said

As a way to promote vocational skills, over 87 technical schools have been set up in Southern province and the campaign to increase them is still ongoing.

Habyarimana added that vocational skills graduates no longer become jobless because they create jobs immediately after graduating and support their families financially.

Technical and vocational skills are essential for any country to achieve sustainable development. Vocational skills help people especially youth and disadvantaged residents to get a sustainable source of income to cater for their families.

Nyabihu: Abacukura amabuye yubakishwa baragira inama abavuga ko akazi kabuze

Nyabihu: Abacukura amabuye yubakishwa baragira inama abavuga ko akazi kabuze 

Barajiginywa Pierre Célestin ndetse na Bizuru Aminadab,bakorera mu karere ka Musanze,Nyabihu n’ahandi akazi ko gucukura amabuye yo kubakisha cyangwa gukora ibindi,bakoresheje amaboko yabo.Ubwo twabasangaga mu kagari bakora bagakesha iterambere bamaze kugeraho,mu myaka 30 ishize bagakora.

Barajiginywa Pierre Célestin kuri ubu ufite imyaka 53, avuga ko yatangiye aka kazi afite imyaka 23.Naho Bizuru Aminadab we yagatangiye afite imyaka 35,ubu akaba afite imyaka 65 bivuga ko bombi bakamazemo imyaka 30.

Mu myaka 30 bamaze bakora aka kazi babashije kwiyubakira aho baba no gutunga imiryango yabo

Mu myaka 30 bamaze bakora aka kazi babashije kwiyubakira aho baba no gutunga imiryango yabo

Baragijinywa agira ati“aka kazi nakaguzemo ikibanza ntuyemo,nubakamo inzu. Ikibanza nakiguze kera bikiboneka nk’ibihumbi 300, naho inzu nubatsemo ifite agaciro nk’ak’ibihumbi 600.Nabikuye muri aka kazi,nkagura nk’agatama,zakororoka nkazigurisha nkagura nk’agatari “agashyamba”,cyangwa se nkakodesha ubutaka ngahinga,bikajya byuzuzanya nkagera kuri ayo mafaranga”.

Yongeraho ko aka kazi k’ubucukuzi bw’amabuye,bakora bakoresheje imitarimba n’ibindi byuma bajomba mu butaka bagakuramo amabuye ari nako kamutungiye umuryango mu myaka 30 amaze agakora.

Bizuru nawe ukora aka kazi agira ati“nkamazemo nk’imyaka 30,nkagura agatama,nk’umwana agashobora kujya kwiga.Nabyaye abana 7 n’umugore,aka kazi niko kamfashije gutunga umuryango.Njye buriya nko mu kwezi,nkurikije uko bakoze nshobora kwinjiza nk’ibihumbi 40 cyangwa 50”.

Bizuru ndetse na Barajiginywa bavuga ko gucukura amabuye bakoresheje amaboko yabo ari akazi bakunda kandi bubaha.Bongeraho ko kabaha amahoro kandi kateza imbere uwagakora agakunze.

Barajigiginywa asaba abaturage kwihangira imirimo kuko nta kazi gasuzuguritse kabaho mu gihe kaba gahemba kandi gatunze nyirako

Barajigiginywa asaba abaturage kwihangira imirimo kuko nta kazi gasuzuguritse kabaho mu gihe kaba gahemba kandi gatunze nyirako

Barajiginywa ati“akazi kabi ni akadahemba,naho iyo ukora uhembwa ntacyo. Urabona aya mabuye araremereye,ariko numva ntacyo bintwaye mu mubiri wanjye,ngakora buri munsi,nduhuka isabato nta kibazo mfite kandi numva kanshimishije”.

Yongeraho ko akangurira buri wese kwihangira imirimo kuko akazi kariho kandi nta kazi gasuzuguritse kabaho kandi gahemba. Bizuru we avuga ko akurikije akazi akora,agira inama buri wese yo gukura amaboko mu mifuka agakora kuko gukora ari byiza bikaba ari ingenzi.

Aba bagabo bombi bavuga ko mu gihe waba ukora akazi ugakunze,nta kabuza kaguteza imbere

Aba bagabo bombi bavuga ko mu gihe waba ukora akazi ugakunze,nta kabuza kaguteza imbere

Uretse inama Bizuru na Barajiginywa batanga mu kwihangira imirimo,na Leta y’u Rwanda ikaba ihora ibibashishikariza,kuko ari umusingi wo kwigira n’iterambere.

SMEs told to build   reputable platforms

SMEs told to build   reputable platforms

As Small and Medium Enterprises-SMEs that constitute around 98 percent of   business in the country continue to decry lack of access to finance due to lack of collaterals, officials are calling for reputable platforms.

The  platforms  would help  the SMEs  have enough  collaterals and strengthening  management systems  before they   seek for  credit  from financial  institutions which  helps  banks to  be  assured of  loan  repayment.

It is much easier for a bank to give you a loan after establishing a good reputation. As a business, this is what gives them an insight into your direction,” said Emmanuel Hategeka, Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Trade and Industry.

With their nature, most SMEs lack internal management systems such   book-keeping, cannot manage to   put in place financial flows   that would indicate whether the business is   profitable or not, thus becomes a challenge.

Moreover, the 2011 Integrated Household Living Conditions Survey (EICV) indicated that most of SMEsrequire efforts to ensure their sustainability and productivity through proper planning, mentorship, monitoring and evaluation.

To address the challenge, the ministry of trade and industry is looking at clustering SMEs to enable skills development as well as expertise sharing while also helps in facilitating extension of technical support.

“This would involve identifying SMEs running similar businesses and putting them in the same category,” said Francois Kanimba, Minister of trade and Industry adding that “The clustering will also facilitate good SME mentorship and development.”

Experts also believe that the clusters would help SMEs have a bigger purchasing and bargaining power which would help them grow  and expand.

“it is  easier for  10 processing  SMEs to secure  machineries from a manufacturer  than  one  SME which is cost  effective  and  makes  profit margin  remain healthy,” said Davis Mukiza, an expert  in business enterprise said.

The private sector is looked at as the engine of economic growth expected to grow at 11.5 percent while also provide  200,000 jobs every year, implying  efforts to  bolster the  sector’s  growth  would be   vital.

Kuri ubu umwana w’umufundi ngo ntakibwirirwa cyangwa ngo aburare-Habyarimana

Kuri ubu umwana w’umufundi ngo ntakibwirirwa cyangwa ngo aburare-Habyarimana

Umukozi mu kigo gishinzwe kwigisha imyuga akaba ashinzwe ishami ry’imyuga n’ubumenyingira mu ntara y’Amajyepfo Habyarimana Celestin, arahamya ko ubu imyuga imaze guhindura ubuzima bwa benshi, ndetse ngo umwana w’uwize umwaga nta kirya rimwe ahubwo arya gatatu ku munsi.

Celestin avuga ko kugeza mu ntara y’Amajyepfo hakomeje kwiyongera umubare munini w’abagana amashuri y’imyuga, bitandukanye na mbere aho byari bizwi ko umuntu ugiye kwiga imyuga aba yarananiwe ibindi.

Ati “cyera bavugaga ko umwana w’umufundi abwirirwa ntaburare, ariko ubu siko bimeze, umwana w’umufundi arya gatatu ku munsi ndetse akanakarenza”.

Mu rwego rwo guteza imbere imyuga, ngo kugeza ubu mu ntara y’Amajyepfo hamaze gushingwa ibigo by’amashuri y’imyuga bisaga 87, ariko ngo ingamba zo gukomeza kubyongera ziracyakomeje.

Celestin akavuga ko kugeza ubu abiga imyuga badasohoka ngo babeho nabi, kuko benshi barangiza bihangira imirimo, bakiteza imbere bakanateza imbere imiryango yabo.

Bamwe mu bayobozi b’ibigo byigisha imyuga, bavuga ko bashinga aya mashuri benshi babyiyumvishaga, aho wasangaga umubyeyi akuzanira umwana akakubwira ngo “akira nawe igeragereze”. Ariko kuri ubu ngo imyumvire imaze kugenda ihinduka, bitewe n’uko babona abize imyuga batera imbere.

Government to contribute more towards Agaciro

The government will annually be contributing Rwf 5 billion (currently $6.7 million) from the National budget towards the sovereign wealth fund, (Agaciro development fund)

The Agaciro Development Fund (AgDF) is a sovereign wealth fund launched in 2012 by President Paul Kagame.

At the time he said, “Aid is never enough, we need to complement it with home-grown schemes. We are not changing our relations with our partners, but rather adding value. More dignity can only help.”

Rwanda’s Minister for Finance and Economic Planning Amb. Claver Gatete said, “This fund does not compete with the budget, but is a fund for the future and it has to be managed and will keep growing”. Gatete was addressing guests recently to celebrate the AgDF achievements in Kigali

“To make sure that this fund is managed properly and it keeps growing properly, this is why government is looking for an international expert specialized in this area of managing a fund,” Gatete said.

The function brought together members of the private sector, district leaders, sector leaders, Finance Ministry officials and AgDF officials among others.

“We will also be contributing 5% of any loyalties on any natural resources, those that are there and others that will be discovered whether it is oil, or minerals,” the Finance Minister said.

The government will again be contributing 5% of anything privatized and this will continue as long as the fund exists which is going to be permanent. “This is the government, but it also depends on our own signal in terms of our own contribution because this is our fund,” Gatete said.

Speaking on behalf of the private sector, Chairman Board of Directors, Private Sector Federation (PSF) Benjamin Gasamangera said, “The private sector which has not been that consistent in contributing to the fund will now be consistent.

“We will be consistently contributing between a range of 2% to 5%  per month which might even go higher not only for the structured companies but also the non-structured,” Gasamangera said.

Rwanda did not have any revenue collection of any kind immediately after the 1994 genocide. There were no taxes and no reserves in the central bank after the lootings that took place.

This caused both physical and financial insecurity since there was no revenues of any kind apart from the finances that came from the United Nation’s Roundtable conferences worth $2.2 billion from 1994-1997. However, Rwanda has continued to progress despite the many difficulties

Aritel donates to Agaciro Development Fund

Aritel donates to Agaciro Development Fund

Airtel-Rwanda country team has contributed a total of Rwf40m to Rwanda’s national Sovereign Wealth Fund commonly as Agaciro Development Fund (ADF).

The contribution comes as a commitment of the company’s efforts to contribute to the development of Rwanda and prosperity for the generations to come.

Handing over the cheque, Airtel Rwanda Managing Director, Teddy Bhullar thanked Airtel staff for the enthusiasm shown while contributing to the fund.

“We thank our staff for this patriotic gesture and for continuing to display a genuine commitment for the development of the country throughout this contribution and other national development activities that we have been participating in as a company.” Bhullar said

“We trust that the money will be well invested in sustainable projects that will elevate Rwanda’s economy and development in general.” He noted.

VianneyKagabo, Chief Executive Officer of Agaciro Development fund thanked Airtel staff for the contribution reassuring that it would play a significant role in the development of Rwanda.

“We will secure high and long-term real return of the fund. We want this money to grow so we can have a fund to ensure a prosperous future for the generations to come,” Kagabo said.

As of May 2015 the fund has so far collected Rwf 26.2 billion and the part of it- Rwf25 billion has been invested in terms of deposit in banks and the capital market and  are expecting to get Rwf1.4 billion in profits by the end of the year .

The Agaciro Development Fund (AGDF) was launched in 2012 by President Kagame with a major objective of making it a sovereign fund sufficiently endowed to improve the level of financial autonomy of the country.

Bharti Airtel Limited is a leading global telecommunications company with operations in 20 countries across Asia and Africa. The company had over 326 million customers across its areas of coverage at the end of April 2015.

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