As the Rwandan economy grows at a rapid pace, so will the demand for skilled capacity to fill the growing number of opportunities generated in the private sector. In addition, the private sector depends on different government institutions to provide them with efficient, quality services to establish themselves and grow their business in Rwanda.
RDB recognizes that low skills and weak institutions will limit Rwanda’s growth if not simultaneously addressed along with developing the economic clusters and investments.
- Development of entrepreneurship and of skills in the labour market that address private sector needs.
- Facilitation of skills development of areas of public institutions that impact on private sector growth.
- Focus is on gaps in skills critical to private sector
- Establish mechanisms to address the skills gaps
- Develop and maintain labour market information systems on private sector demand and supply of skills
- Create linkages and partnerships between private sector and training institutions to develop skills
- Identify the entrepreneurship opportunities and challenges
- Conduct studies of public institutions critical to private sector growth identify and recommend how they can support the private sector growth
- Deliver targeted training programmes where severe gap persists.
Programmes implemented under HCID