WDA: Skills for employability, self-reliance and economic growth preoccupy WDA’s agenda

The Genesis Workforce Development Authority (WDA) since its inception in 2009 has tellingly worked towards realizing its mandate of being the leading driving force of development in Rwanda through the provision of Vocational Technical Education.

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Workforce Development Authority (WDA) since its inception in 2009 has tellingly worked towards realizing its mandate of being the leading driving force of development in Rwanda through the provision of Vocational Technical Education. The skills required have been aligned with the twelve priority sectors that require to be fully furnished with local personnel that have handson skills to ensure competitiveness and employability.

 

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