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The main goal of CORE project is to significantlyincrease household off-farm income for women and youth in Nyamasheke and Rusizi districts by 2018.

PROJECT GOAL

What problem CORE Project is addressing

 

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Women and youth face significant barriers to entering the formal labour market, especially the off-farm labor market. The key barriers that women and youth face in increasing their economic opportunities in Nyamasheke and Rusizi districts are:

                                    *   Limited access to skills training

                        *   Barriers to empowerment for women

                        *  Limited non-farm collective activity within the districts

                        *   Limited access to market information

                        *   Limited access to financial services for women and youth

                        *   Limited support structures in place for entrepreneurs

                        *   Limited availability of ICT Services within the districts

Women and youth face significant barriers to entering the formal labour market, especially the off-farm labor market. The key barriers that women and youth face in increasing their economic opportunities in Nyamasheke and Rusizi districts are:

                                               *   Limited access to skills training

                         *   Barriers to empowerment for women

                         *  Limited non-farm collective activity within the districts

                         *   Limited access to market information

                         *   Limited access to financial services for women and youth

                         *   Limited support structures in place for entrepreneurs

                         *   Limited availability of ICT Services within the districts

The Core project aims at economic and social transformation through transforming the mindset of beneficiaries.

AIMS OF CORE PROJECT

Success Stories

Story 1: Mrs. NYINAWISHEMA Chantal is enjoying joyful life!

Mrs. Nyinawishema Chantal (In white & orange round-neck T-shirt) Mrs. NYINAWISHEMA Chantal is a 27 years old woman. She is married but has not a child. She and her husband lived in Muganza Sector, Rusizi District, Western Province. While she join...

Story 2: Mr. TUYISENGE Jean Pierre created his own business and offers job to Youth!

Mr. Jean Pierre Tuyisenge in his small workshop Mr. TUYISENGE Jean Pierre is a 23 years old boy living in GAHINGA cell, MURURU sector, Tel: +250784311386. He lives with disabilities. He has been trained by World Vision Rwanda / CORE Project on Entrep...

Story 3: Ms. MUSABENDE Suzan - Journey towards to success!

Ms. Suzan Musabende Ms. Musabende Suzan is a 24 years old lady, she is single. She has been a member of KUNDUMURIMO VSLA located in Ruhango village, Kagarama cell, Mahembe sector in Nyamasheke district, since December 2015. Musabende Suzan dropped ou...

Story 4: Mrs. NYIRAHABIMANA Francine–On way towards resilience!

Mrs. Francine NYIRAHABIMANA in her Boutique Mrs. Nyirahabimana Francine is a 32 years old, married woman, with 5 children among them one childis an adopted. She is a member of ABAJYAMUGAMBI VSLA located in Gihinga village, Shara cell, Kagano sector i...

Story 6: Jean Paul KARENZI – Journey to self-reliance

Jean Paul KARENZI is a 30 years old man, a member of ICYEREKEZO Village Saving and Loan Association (VSLA) since September 2015. This association is located in GASHONGA sector, RUSIZI District. Jean Paul faced a lot of problem of employment. “Before...

Story 7: Three young ladies started a small selling pointin the village from empty pocket.

Byukusenge Valentine is selling vegetables in Buhokoro BYUKUSENGE Valentine is 18years old, NYIRAHABIMANA Rebecca is 19years old, and MUKAMURENZI Mado is 21 years old. Theyhave been members of ICYEREKEZO Village Saving and Loan Association (VSLA)sinc...

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