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Rwanda. Human Capital Development. Context. Small country, Weak Human capital base after 1994 Genocide. Agrarian population. Vision.

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Small country,

Weak Human capital base after 1994 Genocide.

Agrarian population

  • Vision 2020“The major aspiration of Vision 2020 is to transform Rwanda’s economy into a middle income country, this will require an annual growth rate of at least 7%. This will not be achieved unless we transform from a subsistence agriculture economy to a knowledge-based society, with high levels of savings and private investment, thereby reducing the country’s dependence on external aid.”

H.E. Paul Kagame

priority areas
Priority Areas
  • ICT
  • Agriculture
  • Construction & Infrastructure development
  • Build Institutional capacity in the Public sector
key policies strategies
Key Policies & Strategies
  • Public sector reform – building a professional civil service
  • Expand access to technical and vocational education
  • Public Private Partnerships
public sector reform
Public sector reform
  • Mechanism to attract the best and the brightest in the civil service & identify talent early and groom them for leadership positions (CSC)
  • Upgrading of skills for existing civil servants (CBF)
  • HR policy to monitor, evaluate & reward performance
  • Statutory boards to drive implementation (RDB / WDA)
expanding access to tvet
Expanding access to TVET
  • WDA is the institutional framework established to provide a strategic response to the skills development challenges facing the country across all sectors of the economy
  • Actions to be implemented:
    • Train the trainer – Pedagogy and Technical Skills
    • Develop demand-led competency-based curricula
    • Put in place practical training facilities in public institutions
    • Work with private sector companies and private training institutions as partners to implement technical education and vocational training
    • Put in place a robust management structure in all TVET schools (School Management and Administrators Training)
    • Put in place an examination and qualification system
public private partnership
Public Private Partnership
  • Improving the Investment climate & servicing investors (building capacity of RDB)
  • LMIS
  • Training levy to finance capacity building in the private sector
  • Identify long term needs of the economy & build capacity - committee