AMI launches $4.5M partnership with Mastercard Foundation in Rwanda
30th April 2019
AMI is thrilled to announce a $4.5M programme supporting around 7,000 young Rwandans to build their skills and businesses in the hospitality and tourism sector.
AMI is joining Hanga Ahazaza, a US $50 million initiative from the Mastercard Foundation focused on increasing employment opportunities for young people while expanding the hospitality and tourism sector in Rwanda. Hanga Ahazaza will equip 30,000 young men and women with the skills they need to transition into jobs, as well as strengthen small businesses in this sector.
AMI will be contributing to Hanga Ahazaza through two programmes over five years. The ‘Inspiring Managers’ programme will support 3,800 supervisors and aspiring supervisors in the hospitality and tourism sector to develop their management skills. The ‘Grow Your Business’ programme will help 3,120 entrepreneurs build their small and micro businesses, leading to further growth and job creation.
Read the full press release here.
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