Albert Nsengiyumva


Albert Nsengiyumva is an independent consultant in the fields of Technical and Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) and Vocational Skills development. Prior to this, he was a Cabinet Member in the Rwandan Government from 2011 to 2015 and have served as Minister of Infrastructure from 2011 to 2013 and Minister of State in charge of TVET from 2013 to 2015.Before joining the Cabinet, Mr. Nsengiyumva has respectively worked for the National University of Rwanda as Director of ICT Center, Ministry of Education as Coordinator of ICT in Education and Workforce Force Development Authority (WDA) as Director General. Since 2001, Mr. Nsengiyumva has worked as freelance consultant for various international and bilateral development organizations particularly in ICT Policy and Regulation as well as Technical and Vocational Skills development. He has built an extensive research expertise in ICT working with the Washington State University as part of the Network for Capacity Building in ICT Policy and Regulation (NeTTel) and Link Center at University of Witwatersrand in South Africa as part of the Research ICT Africa Network (RIA) among others.

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