SMALL SCALE FACTORIES HAVE A PROBLEM OF LACK OF ENOUGH EXPERTS.

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The small scale factories in Rwanda meet a problem of lack of enough experts. This was revealed on the 09th.Dec.2011 in a meeting the ministry of trade and industry had with different leaders from north province.

Alexis Ruzibukira, the in charge of small scale factories in the ministry of trade and industries said that this meeting was made so as to see what should be done for the produce in these factories to reach the international market.

He went on to say that trhis meeting was meant to let the district leaders from north province know the results of the small scale factories’ census that was carried out in this province, to tell them how they work and the problems that they meet.

This census showed that almost all small scale factories in Rwanda have a problem of lack of enough experts to work in these factories, low performance for research institutes and universities and lack of enough equipment. These are some of the reasons why the products that are sent on the international market are still on a low level.

After this census that was made in all districts in north province, a program was put there of putting 5 factories that produce the same products in every district.

In Burera district, fish farming to be developed, Musanze will rely on farming of flowers that make fragrances, Gicumbi will rely on milk production, and Gakenke will take care of passion fruits while Rulindo will rely on production of yellow paper.

This report will be put into reality after the district authorities make that decision.

People might get a problem when they start to put this program into practice. Ruzibukira says that they will first give them training and also look for a market for their produce.

Such meetings are being done everywhere in the country so as to put this program to reality so that such factories produce to reach the international market.

 

 

 

 

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