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The three days training took place from 19th to 21st February in Classic Hotel under ILPD coordination. 42 trainees were legal advisors from ministries and government institutions. The training aimed at equipping them with necessary skills on international supply of goods and was facilitated by Professor Rajah Thavalou from England.
The training covered different topic related to international laws, international sale of goods -incoterms- types, obligations and rights of buyers and sellers, analysis of incoterms contracts and procurement law.
The participants of the training found it very useful. NKUSI Fred, the trainees’ representative from RDB said: “On the behalf of the participants and on my behalf, we are very much privileged to have attended this three days training, it has been incredibly informative, and a refreshment to some of us as we have learnt a lot on the agenda.”
Addressing the participants, ILPD Rector, Dr. KAYIHURA M Didas appreciated the support of the Ministry of Justice and other institutions that sent the trainees. He requested the participants to take advantage of the training and subsequently help the government to avoid losing from the international contract of sales of goods.
In her closing remarks, Mrs KALIHANGABO Isabelle, Permanent Secretary/ Solicitor General/Ministry of Justice, advised the participants to ensure the value for money and due diligence in Government contracting.
Since 2008, ILPD has been providing high-quality continuing legal education courses to professionals in the Rwanda legal community. Over these years, ILPD has consolidated its relationships with numerous key institutions by assisting them in delivering in-house and tailor-made training courses.