THE EFFECT OF TECHNICAL AND VOCATIONAL EDUCATION TRAINING PROJECTS TO SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN RWANDA
TVET (Technical and Vocational Education Training) projects have been contributing to socio-economic development in Africa, particularly in control joblessness within childhood. In Rwanda, TVET is not familiar within the education sector. The sub-sector grows very diminutive consideration and budget establishment. The general objective of the study was to assess the importance of TVET projects in the contribution of socio-economic development of urban areas in Rwanda. The specific objectives of the study were; to investigate the contribution of Technical and Vocational Education Training projects in enhanced income levels, to examine the contribution of Technical and Vocational Education Training projects through increasing standard of living and lastly to explore the contribution of Technical and Vocational Education Training projects in interactive change at domestic and single stages. The study employed a cross-sections survey design. The study population of the study was 100 youths. The sample size (n=80) of the study was single-minded by using Taro Yamane’s formula. The study used a combination of purposive and convenience sampling techniques. The study used of both secondary and primary methods of collection of data and the examination charity the (SPSS) Version 23 software. Persons correlations will be used to determine the relationships between the variables and data presented in correlation and regression coefficients. The findings indicated that there was never correlation between the TVET construction project within manipulating the knowledge of young and how the TVET construction project empowers youth economically. However, here was a positive correlation between the TVET construction project for job opportunities and how TVET construction project increase the house hold income economically (0.559±0.000) and finally the findings show that there were a strong positive correlation between TVET construction project for helping the youth to get job and increase of household income (0.871±0.000) and job opportunities (0.642±0.000). The relationship between demographic characteristic and perception of defendants around TVET construction project for behavioral change and individual levels were positive in females associated with the men. The results of the education also presented that the private sector was a great for employment to change behavior at household, individual levels, increase the house hold earning frugally, provide job chances and serving the youth to get job. As conclusion, the research findings of the study conducted in Nyamirambo Sector of Nyarugenge District concerned the graduates from Saint Joseph construction project. Assessed respondents reported great role of TVET project to enhance their income levels but the lack experience led them to fail for securing job. And the daily income varied from RFW 0 to RFW 4500. The respondents knew the contribution of TVET project about improving their living standards for paying school fees and owing the houses.