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23.03.2017 Rwanda to host the inaugural YouthConnekt Africa Summit in July 2017

[Kigali-March 23rd, 2017] On July 21st, 2017, H.E. Paul Kagame, President of the Republic of Rwanda will host the inaugural YouthConnekt Summit in Kigali, Rwanda. Under the theme “Harnessing Africa’s Demographic Dividend” the...[more]

16.03.2017 President Kagame chairs Broadband Commission Meeting

Hong Kong, 16 March 2017- President Paul Kagame today chaired the Broadband Commission Meeting in Hong Kong, hosted by Huawei Technologies. Themed ‘Broadband for Sustainable Development’, the meeting discussed possible...[more]

21.02.2017 Digital Ambassador Programme to connect 5 million Rwandans

Kigali, Rwanda – The Ministry of Youth and ICT in Partnership with the World Economic Forum (WEF) and Digital Opportunity Trust (DOT) yesterday unveiled “The Digital Ambassador Programme (DAP)” or “Intore mu Ikoranabuhanga...[more]

16.02.2017 Inaugural Commonwealth ICT Applications Forum calls for support for app entrepreneurship

Kigali, 15 February 2017 – App developers, policymakers and regulators have gathered in Kigali, Rwanda to promote mobile app entrepreneurship as a means to accelerate the development of ICT applications in areas such as...[more]

13.02.2017 MYICT and partners talk over Smart Cities Blueprint

The Ministry of Youth and ICT in collaboration with the Smart Africa Secretariat, on February 10th, 2017 organised the consultation and validation workshop to discuss Smart Cities Blueprint.    Under the Smart Africa...[more]

08.02.2017 Mrs. Mbabazi hands over to Maj. Gatarayiha

Today, the outgoing permanent secretary in the Ministry of Youth and ICT, Mbabazi Rosemary handed over to Maj. Gatarayiha François Régis who is the new permanent secretary.       The hand over follows the...[more]

05.02.2017 Iwawa graduates urged to choose better

Young males graduated at Iwawa Rehabilitation and Vocational Skills Development Centre (IRVSDC) were urged to make better choice and avoid returning into drug abuse and delinquency they used to frequent before taking them to the...[more]

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