After increasing Teachers’ salary by 88%; Rwanda is now Employing more Teachers from other African Countries
After increasing Teachers’ salary; Rwanda is now Employing more Teachers from other African Countries.
Just after authorities in Rwanda took the decision to increase the salaries of teachers astronomically by 88 percent, the government has opened its doors to teachers from another African country mainly Zimbabwe. Perhaps, Rwanda does not want to limit the goodies to only its citizens.
Zimbabwe has so far shortlisted about 491 teachers who are undergoing further training and screening to be flown to Rwanda in September as demanded. Zimbabwe’s public service Ministry’s secretary, Simon Masanga said the teachers are being recruited in line with an agreement they signed with Rwanda
“The recruitment is being conducted under the auspices of the memorandum of understanding (MOU) between Zimbabwe and Rwanda on the exchange of skilled personnel between the two countries,” he said, adding that, the first group of teachers will take off immediately after the pre-departure training is done.
“The successful candidates are expected to travel to Rwanda in September after undergoing pre-departure training by a team of experts from Zimbabwe and the Embassy of Rwanda to ensure adequate orientation and requisite information is imparted to the Zimbabwean nationals prior to their deployment,” he added.
Mr Masanga also said teachers are being picked from specific fields. “We are recruiting competent education personnel to be employed in Rwanda on job position under four categories: basic education, basic TVET (technical and vocational education and training), polytechnic and universities.”
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