Young Rwandan Innovator Opens Business to Spur Local Technologies

25-year old tech enthusiast, Willy Nsabiyumva, together with his colleague, Roger Ntaganzwa, has embarked on a mission to reach out to all young people in local communities while training them and equipping them with digital literacy skills. Their company tackles this 'accessibility' by providing high-quality skills to low-income communities through effective distribution networks accompanied by capacity building and training for the learners.

One of the computers made in Rwanda on display at a past Transform Africa summit in Kigali (file photo).

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