Fifty inmates from Nyanza prison complete vocational training

By IGIHE
On 26 July 2019 at 11:18

A total of 50 inmates from Nyaza prison have completed vocational training in construction and received certificates in a ceremony held yesterday at the prison’s premises. The training is part of ongoing Rwanda Correctional Service (RCS) programs to acquaint inmates from various prisons with vocational skills that started in Rwamagana district.

The initiative was organized in collaboration with Polytechnic Integrated Polytechnic Regional Colleges (IPRCs).

During the ceremony of handing over certificates yesterday, Diogène Nsabimana, the Director of Finance at IPRC South reminded graduates that acquired skills will foster their progress most importantly building the nation after completing their sentence

CP Jean Bosco Kabanda, RCS Commissioner in charge of correction told beneficiaries that the country endeavors to improve the welfare of all Rwandans without leaving behind inmates.

He said acquired skills will be beneficial when they are integrated into the community.

Vocational education is part of Rwanda’s programs implemented to foster creations of new jobs to reduce unemployment and scale up economic growth.

CP Jean Bosco Kabanda told beneficiaries that the country endeavors to improve the welfare of all Rwandans without leaving behind inmates.
Diogène Nsabimana, the Director of Finance at IPRC South reminded graduates that acquired skills will foster their progress
The initiative was organized in collaboration with Polytechnic Integrated Polytechnic Regional Colleges (IPRCs).

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