Rwanda to Receive 500 Zimbabwean Teachers in September

Rwanda to Receive 500 Zimbabwean Teachers in September (News Central TV)
Rwanda to Receive 500 Zimbabwean Teachers in September (News Central TV)

According to the Rwanda Education Board, REB, Rwanda will receive approximately 500 Zimbabwean teachers by September of this year.

In remarks at the present Zimbabwe-Rwanda Trade and Investment Conference in Harare, REB Chief Executive Nelson Mbarushimana revealed the development.

The conference, which is in its second year, is organised by ZimTrade , the Zimbabwean Trade Development and Promotion Organisation, and the Rwanda Development Board in collaboration (RDB).

President Paul Kagame told a Zimbabwean team during the conference’s inaugural session last year in Kigali that Rwanda badly needed “excellent teachers.”

A memorandum of understanding was signed between the two countries two months following Kagame’s request, and the results have been anticipated since last December.

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“On the Memorandum of Understanding signed last year for an exchange of education personnel from Zimbabwe, we have so far started recruiting and we will have 477 teachers coming from Zimbabwe in September this year,” Mbarushimana said.

He stated that the 500 Zimbabwean teachers would be sent to polytechnics and higher education institutes.

“We have set up a recruitment committee specifically for this and the process is done online,” Mbarushimana said.


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