Rural Women Vocational Institute for Education and Development

RuWVIED is the Vocational Training arm of RuWCED. This arm of RuWCED has been approved by the Ministry of Employment and Vocational Training, Cameroon.

 

 Open day 2018:

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                                    Representative of the Ministry of Employment and Vocational Training, Some Staff and Students.

 

 

Agriculture: Agroecology/organic farming

Poultry Farming

The practical phase of our poultry project!
Watch out for our forthcoming bio-vegetable farm

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Computer and secretariat duties

IT Training

We are living in a world where computer knowledge is very important to all. This is why; the Rural Women Center for Education

and Development launched this project on teaching rural communities on the use of information technology and computer literacy.

Our Ndop and Fundong vocational training centers are operational and we aim at extending this to different local communities within

the North West Region of Cameroon.

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A section of one of our computer lab

Graduation ceremony of RuWCED's 2014/2015 Computer students

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                                                                                       Some of our 2013/2014 students at the end of their computer courses in computer studies


Dress making

Through Rural Women Center for Education and Development (RuWCED) Cameroon's tailoring and garments cutting program, our vision is to empower girls and youths in rural communities by equipping them with the necessary skills and knowledge to enable them become self-reliant.

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RuWCED’s Sewing and Dressmaking Department in action. We are engaged in training youths (especially young girls) and women in the North West Region of Cameroon in sewing patterns, dressmaking, craftwork, and using tailoring as a tool to educate these rural girls. Unemployment and inequality can be reduced if we all get involved. Join these passionate seamstresses and students in making a difference.


Our graduates and where they are