The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) has launched a Rwf17.2 billion initiative, Huguka Dukore, that will help train 40,000 youths in workforce readiness skills by 2021.
USAID hosted a launch event for Huguka Dukore at Kimisagara Youth Empowerment for Global Opportunities (YEGO Centre) in Kigali, yesterday.
Huguka Dukore, which loosely translates to “Get Trained and Let’s Work,” targets youth aged 16 to 30 who have attained between six and nine years of basic education. Read more. Source | New Times