SURVIVE TO THRIVE
for Women in Rwanda’s Hospitality & Tourism Sector
Our Survive to Thrive virtual programme is designed to help you manage your business more successfully by offering practical tools and strategies to increase your profits, scale up your business and adapt rapidly to unexpected challenges.
Apply for the English group or Kinyarwanda group , and If you qualify, we will send you an email with more information.
How you will benefit
- You will learn how to track key metrics (financial and performance) for your business
- Understand the gaps in your business processes (in terms of key practices that you should be doing in your business)
- Implement key business practices to improve and grow your business
- Learn from and network with other entrepreneurs within your sector
- Improve personal communication, planning, problem-solving and time management skills
- Main applicant must be the CEO, managing director, owner, or founder of the business and has to be a participant in the programme
- Small and medium sized businesses ( at least 2 full-time employees, at least 1 year of operation)
- The SME needs to have generated more than $10,000 in revenue in last financial year
- Applicant must be willing to work online – i.e. must have a smartphone/Internet connection to access online tools, courses and online community
This programme helped me to step out of my business and look at it from outside. Being able to compare what should be done and what I was doing helped me make better decisions. Last year I had just started a new business and I used all that I learnt to make sure I started with the right structure. I am also grateful for all the content, the learning materials and tools. I appreciate how the AMI team follows up very closely to see how we are fairing on.
- Providence Ingabire, Founder Ndege Tours and Travel
Building skills in Rwanda’s hospitality & tourism sector through the Hanga Ahazaza Initiative
Hanga Ahazaza, meaning ‘create the future’ in Kinyarwanda, is a new initiative designed to increase employment opportunities for 30,000 Rwandan youth over the next five years. The initiative, from the Mastercard Foundation, is focused on the Hospitality and Tourism sector.
Hanga Ahazaza is supported by a collection of partners from the education, development, and private sectors. Working together, they will support small businesses and entrepreneurs in the tourism and hospitality sector through increased access to financial services, training and by providing young people with tools to develop the skills needed to be successful employees.