Candidate Highlight: Nicole Kamikazi Gatete

Nicole Kamikazi Gatete graduated from West Virginia University in 2018 with a bachelor’s degree in Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering. Not long after graduating, she moved back home to work at East African Power (EAP) as a Business Development Officer. In this role, Nicole works with a variety of people, from interns to senior project […]

Employer Highlight: Earth Enable

75% of Rwandans live in homes with dirt floors. Earth Enable is working to change that.   The company started in 2013 when four Stanford students were tasked with their partner organization – MASS Design Group – to design a product or a service that would make homes and communities healthier. After discovering the significant […]

Candidate Tackles Healthcare Challenges in Developing Countries

B2R Scholar and soon-to-be graduate of MIT, Audace Nakeshimana, has combined his passion for Teleradiology, Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Entrepreneurship through his start-up, Insightiv, which builds cutting-edge digital systems to tackle healthcare challenges in developing countries. Given the severe disparity of medical specialists, such as radiologists, in developing countries, Audace developed a proven technology at […]

Candidate Highlight: Janvier Rutsobe

Janvier Rutsobe graduated from Texas Christian University and is currently working as a Junior Finance Associate at MASS Design Group in Kigali. He works specifically with the MASS Build team, the construction arm of the organization, and is currently assigned to the Ellen DeGeneres Campus of the Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund, which is being constructed […]

Employer Highlight: HoReCo

  HoReCo is a business company of agriculture professionals who were trained in Israel in horticulture development and value chain, irrigation, agriculture mechanization, as well as building capacity of youth in agriculture. HoReCo is now contributing to improving the livelihood of Rwandans through transforming agriculture from subsistence to modern farming by introducing extension and innovations […]