Technical secondary school in Rwanda is looking for a partner school in Germany

Hanika Anglican Integrated Polytechnic (HAIP) is a technical secondary school (10th-12th grade) with specialisations in auto mechanics, IT, bricklaying, electrician’s trade and accounting. It also has a technical college of civil engineering, auto mechanics and information and communication technology.

HAIP has about 1000 students and is located in the Southern Province of Rwanda near Nyanza. The school has a strong practical orientation to prepare students directly for the labour market.

As a member of the “Global Pedagogical Network – Joining in Reformation”, HAIP is looking for a partner school in Germany to enable the students and teachers to network internationally, to promote new ideas and innovation through exchange and to develop the school positively. To achieve this, joint projects are to be developed to learn from each other and to adopt different perspectives. HAIP is particularly interested in encounter trips, for which it would also like to work together on funding applications.

Could a partnership with the Hanika Anglican Integrated Polytechnic be interesting for your school? Then feel free to send an email to