In partnership with RGB and UNDP, Catholic University of Rwanda is implementing the project of Supporting Cultural and Creative Cooperatives affected by COVID-19 in Huye and Gisagara districts.


In partnership with RGB and UNDP, Catholic University of Rwanda is implementing the project of Supporting Cultural and Creative Cooperatives affected by COVID-19 in Huye and Gisagara districts. The objective of this project is to support the Government’s efforts to respond to COVID-19 and mitigate its economic and social impacts on local businesses and households cooperatives. Observing that the failure of cultural and creative Cooperatives and most of start-up small businesses is related to limited entrepreneurship and business management related skills, the training in this domain was organized. It is within this context that Catholic University of Rwanda, through “IURA” (Institut Universitaire de Recherche Action), the institute which is implementing the said project, needs to recruit 2 trainers for preparation and facilitation of this training.

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Second Group

  • Larissa Binen Dolo
  • Umuhire Pamela
  • Tuyishime Emerence

Third Group
  • Bizimana Protais
  • Eunice Wangui Muiruri
  • Pacifique Nzabahimana

Fourth Group
  • Iradukunda Clement
  • Tuza M.Rose
  • Uwase Chanceline Diane

The closing remarks done by the dean of students at CUR, she thanked CVA for organising this activity to integrate the students about government’s policies. She also thanked the good governance club for a hard work and helping the students in policies awareness.

Second Group

  • Larissa Binen Dolo
  • Umuhire Pamela
  • Tuyishime Emerence

Third Group
  • Bizimana Protais
  • Eunice Wangui Muiruri
  • Pacifique Nzabahimana

Fourth Group
  • Iradukunda Clement
  • Tuza M.Rose
  • Uwase Chanceline Diane

The closing remarks done by the dean of students at CUR, she thanked CVA for organising this activity to integrate the students about government’s policies. She also thanked the good governance club for a hard work and helping the students in policies awareness.

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