New staff sworn-in
Today, Honourable Minister for Youth and ICT, Nsengimana Jean Philbert officiated at the swearing in ceremony of new staff who recently joined the ministry including the Permanent Secretary, Maj. François Régis...[more]
Rwanda to host the first ever Africa Regional Internet and Development Dialogue
The Internet Society will hold the first ever Africa Regional Internet and Development Dialogue from 8-9 May 2017 in Kigali, Rwanda, in partnership with UNESCO and Republic of Rwanda Ministry of Youth and ICT.
Over 140 complete ‘international computer training’
The Minister of Youth and ICT, Jean Philbert Nsengimana, yesterday, presided over the closure of a nine-month internationally recognized computer training of 146 public servant, at Rwanda National Police (RNP) Headquarters.
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]
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]
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]
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]
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