Rwanda, as well as other member states of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO in English), attended its General Assembly in early November 2021. Rwanda was represented by the Ambassador of Rwanda to France and Permanent Representative to UNESCO, Dr Francois Xavier Ngarambe, who was also attended by the Secretary General of the National Commission for UNESCO, Albert MUTESA.
Rwanda’s Ambassador to the UNESCO General Assembly. From this perspective, Ambassador Dr Francois Xavier Ngarambe, Rwanda’s Ambassador to France, and the Secretary General of the National Commission for UNESCO, Albert MUTESA.
In his address to the participants, Ambassador Dr Francois Xavier Ngarambe congratulated the Chairperson of the General Assembly and the Director General of UNESCO, Ms. Audrey Azoulay, who was re-elected. Ambassador Ngarambe said Education is a fundamental human right. "Based on this principle," in Rwanda, we believe in a lasting, equal education for all, girls and boys, urban and rural, poor and rich, people with disabilities and people with disabilities. Rwanda has achieved the goals of Sustainable Development but also the development of tangible and sustainable human resources. ”
Ambassador Ngarambe briefed the participants of the UNESCO General Assembly on the progress made by Rwanda in the field of universal education and the sustainable development of quality education.
Ambassador Francois Xavier Ndarambe addresses the UNESCO General Assembly.
The Covid epidemic has had a significant impact on the education system, with various measures being taken to protect children and teachers, and to establish educational programs on radio and television. Over the course of a year, Rwanda has built 22,505 classrooms to reduce school overcrowding and travel, build 2,606 kitchens to feed children in schools and build more than 1,000 toilets and 87 new vocational schools. jobs for 28,000 barium will work in those schools.
Rwanda has invested heavily in the delivery of technology in schools, with the aim of improving the quality of education and achieving the country’s 2050 goals. Rwanda has also developed a network of biodiversity, eradicating the use of sacks and plastic cups. We now have 2 strongholds, the volcanic park was designated a UNESCO stronghold in 1983, and Gishwati - Mukura last year 2020. Rwanda also plans to register the Nyungwe Forest on the World Heritage List.
Ambassador Francois Xavier Ngarambe made the remarks while announcing to the participants that Rwanda has nominated its candidate for the World Heritage Committee from 2021-2025, urging them to support its candidacy in the upcoming elections. “Rwanda is willing and able to contribute to the work of the committee.