As the world celebrates the Labour Day today, the global rate of unemployment increased from 8.2 per cent in 2009 to 8.7 per cent 2010 (CIA Fact Book), meaning that it is gradually becoming harder to get a job anywhere on the globe.
Rwanda’s largest telecom operator by subscription is considering employing over 300 Genocide orphans with university education particularly those from Nyenyeri village in Karongi District under its One Agent One Orphan initiative.
I wish you all a happy Labour Day. I want to thank you for the work you do every day to advance your families, communities and our nation. Our efforts as Rwandans, in collaboration with our partners, have already started to show good results – in the past five years one million Rwandans raised themselves from poverty. But we still have more work to do together to take our nation and our people where we deserve to be.