The Southern district of Nyamagabe inaugurated a technical and vocational institute worth at Rwf357 million with the capacity to accommodate over 115 students.
The institute was inaugurated on March 31, 2014 in Cyanika Sector, resulting from advocacy of the First Lady Mrs. Jeannette Kagame, the head of Unity Club.
The school will teach; Food processing, tailoring, carpentry, creative arts, welding, mechanics and many other courses.
Saemaul Zero hunger Communities, a project that develops locals through renovation works and proving profitable business plans was introduced as well. The projects are expected to create employment and increase harvest.
“Utilise these projects for development and self reliance. Work hard, save, get out of poverty through the Economic Development Poverty Reduction Strategies and other government programs as these,” advised First Lady, Jeanette Kagame at the inauguration.
The Cyanika Technical and Vocational School was built on the funding of Workforce Development Authority (WDA) while other project was funded by South Korean government.