As Rwanda claims to implement an 'East Asian model' of economic and social development, it has
welcomed the help of Korea to realize its ambitious development plans. As an emerging power, the South Korean government has designated Rwanda as one of its partnership countries, where it shares its experience in Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET), ICT and Rural Development. Regarding the first, South Korea is one of the core partners that assist Rwanda in upgrading and expanding its TVET infrastructure and quality.
While referring to Korea, Singapore and Malaysia the Rwandan Ministry of Education argues that technical and vocational education & training (TVET) should be a central pillar of Rwanda’s development strategy as lack of technical skills partly explains high youth unemployment and bottlenecks in the entrepreneurial sector. (The rest omitted)
Korean assistance in the field of technical and vocational education and training in Rwanda
Implementing an East-Asian development model?
Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences (FASoS) Maastricht University
South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
|Subject||Social Development < Education
Official Aid < Social Infrastructure
Official Aid < Development Assistance