“If we can bring together all the categories of data we have on labour, it would be easy to analyze them and ascertain available skills that are not being utilized. This would help us create jobs in line with the skills available.” This according to Rwandan Minister of Public Service and Labour, Anastase Murekezi, talking at a strategic planning meeting that brought together officials from his ministry and development partners. During the meeting it was reported that the ministry lacks a systematic employment tracking and assessment scheme to help it keep abreast with the labour market patterns. The minister added that it is not only about collecting the data, but also setting initiatives of making it useful in order to create big employment promotion programmes in the country.
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