DOT Rwanda would like to acknowledge our local partners, who are helping us reach and create positive impact in Rwandan communities. We partner with the following Government Institutions and locally-operating NGOs:
The Republic of Rwanda Ministry of Youth & ICT
The Ministry of ICT, which operates under the President's Office, was created in March 2006 to spearhead the government of Rwanda's aspiration of developing Science, Technology and Innovation (STI) in support of economic growth and poverty alleviation. RDB-IT, an affiliate of the Ministry, has telecentres around the country and these are used as training facilities for DOT Rwanda operations in various districts.
For more: www.minict.gov.rw
The Ministry of Youth, Culture and Sports
The Ministry of Youth, Culture and Sports is mandated to develop and support implementation of policies and strategies that promote youth, sports, and cultural development initiatives that lead to economic and social transformation as well as to a productive and patriotic generation.
For more: http://www.mijespoc.gov.rw/
Rwanda Workforce Development Agency
Rwanda Workforce Development Authority (WDA) is an institutional framework that is set to provide a strategic response to the skills development challenges facing the country across all sectors of the economy. WDA oversees all Technical and Vocational Education and Training centres and schools in the country, a strategic partnership for the implementation of DOT Rwanda's programs.
Youth Employment Systems (YES) Rwanda is a non-governmental organization registered in Rwanda since 2004, and is a member of the 55 YES campaign country networks around the world. YES Rwanda is an initiative of the Education Development Centre Inc (EDC) based in Boston USA, to create sustainable livelihoods for millions of young people all over the world between 2002 and 2012.