Rwanda’s TVET Schools have marked great progress
According to Gashumba, IPRC Tumba has developed various including the environment friendly cooking stoves as well as energy sources, robots, sharing with communities the bio-mass technology and agro-processing developments among others.
In helping communities, to provide on-the-job training to the students and to get their own income, IPRC has started an initiative to collect old computers from government institutions refurbish them and donate them to secondary schools.
Thanks to the IPRC Tumba’s course, Dr. Gashumba said that those who have studied in Europe don’t have skills than those who study in IPRC Tumba.
In the first project started 2007, JICA focused on equipping IPRC Tumba with the necessary resources to become an effective A1 level institution that provides practical technical education and training students with relevant skills needed to positively transform industries and society.
Thanks to the JICA’s contribution, Eng. Rita Clemence Mutabazi, the principle of IPRC Tumba said that the employers are have been hailed the level of IPRC graduates and is something they are proud of.