Fundraising canpaign for ICT training in Rwanda
Buitenlandse Zaken, Elearning
Netherlands-based marketing and advisory firm SMARAGD has started a global fundraising campaign to train people in Rwanda and Rwandese who live abroad.
In order to facilitate the efficient transfer of money, over 500,000 people in Rwanda will need to go through entry-level computer training, so they can start using the internet, communication, e-banking and e-payment systems.
Organizations who wish to sponsor these training sessions are now invited to respond, which will strongly support social-& economic development in Rwanda.
The sponsoring organizations will enable a person to:
• work with a computer,
• receive (international) transfer of money,
• search on the internet to find information,
• send mail to family and friends,
• call family and friends using internet phone,
• start using distance learning with a computer
This will significantly lower cost and improve the quality of daily life for all training registrants, and the sponsoring organizations help achieving this!
For more information, please go to www.auxfam.com / www.uva.org
or send an email to [email protected]
SMARAGD provides Strategic Services with Industry Experts, that have wide-spread knowledge in industries like HR, ICT, Finance, and topics as Sales Management for the IT Industry, Supply Chain, Legal, Venture Capitalism, Operations, Corporate Governance, Human Resources and Facilitating Remittances Transfer. SMARAGD is the developer and Application Service Provider of the Community Payment system, the implementation tools and is implementing the first projects.
AUXFAM@ delivers functionality for micro payments on the internet against the lowest possible transaction cost.
AUXFAM@ transaction system for Micro Payments on a Social Basis, Planning, Budgeting and Internet Access functions specialized for Countries. In combination with the Physical AUXFAM card it support access to properties and payments systems. AUXFAM@ embraces the Millennium goals as defined by the United Nations. One of these goals is to reduce transaction charges and introducing new technology to support transferring remittances.
We assist MFIs (Micro Finance Institutes) and their customers to implement new technology in order to reduce the cost of transactions. The MFI uses its profits to provide internet access, create jobs, develop infrastructure for internet and communication, deliver
education, finance small businesses, support members with micro credits etc.
For more information go to www.auxfam.com
About UCT Bank :
The Union of the Co-operatives of the Workers, UCT, is an amalgamation of Co-operatives of the Workers, CT, being within the limits of the territory of the Republic of Rwanda. It was created on December 9th, 1993 by Ministerial decree n° 045/3/30.
The objectives of UCT are:
- To contribute effectively to the research of solution with the socio-economic problems of the workers in Rwanda;
- To lead the workers to become aware of the value of the interdependent saving in their development;
- To develop a synergy with other national and international co-operative organizations committed in the promotion of the sustainable development of the working masses.
For more information go to www.uct-bank.com