The Gender mainstreaming strategy in the private sector has been developed to promote gender equality in the sector and enhance inclusive and sustainable economic transformation.
It is built on five thematic strategic pillars that are:
- Strengthening capacity building on practical business skills and innovation for men and women in all development sectors
- Mainstreaming gender into research and advocacy
- Strengthen access and effective participation of men and women to national, regional and international markets for their products
- Promoting gender equality and inclusive labor relations in the workplace
- Enhancing gender-responsive Governance in the private sector.
From Victims to Leading Actors, Rwanda's Gender Dividend, 20 Years of Beijing:This document highlights major strides made as Rwanda’s in regards to promotion of Gender Equality and Women empowerment
Aka gatabo gakubiyemo amakuru arebana n’uburyo bwo gukumira no kurwanya ihohoterwa rishingiye ku gitsina, icuruzwa ry’abantu, inda ziterwa abangavu, ndetse n’inzego zo kwitabazwa mu gihe umuntu akorewe ihohoterwa cyangwa abonye uwahuye n’ihohoterwa rishingiye ku gitsina n’icuruzwa ry’abantu. By’umwihariko kandi, aka gatabo kakwifashishwa nk’imfashanyigisho ku bafatanyabikorwa ndetse n’inzego zitandukanye mu rwego rwo kurushaho kuzamira imyumvire ku ihame ry’uburinganire no kurwanya ihohoterwa rishingiye ku gitsina mu rwego rwo kubaka umuryango utekanye.