Over 200 Zimbabwean Teachers To Begin Work in Rwanda

More than 200 Zimbabwean teachers are expected to arrive in Kigali this month to begin work in learning institutions across Rwanda, in part of efforts to bridge a tutors shortage in the country.

The educators successfully passed assessment tests as a prerequisite for employment in the East African country.

Permanent Secretary at the Ministry of Education, Mr. Charles Karakye, said the teachers would initially get 3year contracts, but subject to evaluation every year.

The educators will be employed under 4 categories including basic education, basic technical and vocational education, training in polytechnics and other health agencies.