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Rwandan think tank seeks to energise young entrepeneurs

Samira Farah, Sabrina Smith and Jean Nepomuscene Sibomana Source: SBS Africa

The East-Central African nation of Rwanda is in the middle of an industrious strategy of re-branding itself as a major African player.

Jean Nepomuscene Sibomana and Sabrina Smith from the Rwandan based think tank Mustard Seed Institute discuss how their organisation is assisting Rwandan entrepreneurs as the Rwanda aggressively moves towards the ambitious aim of becoming a middle income economy by 2020.

They also speak about the challenges of bringing communities in Rwanda together under the platform of reconciliation and stability.

 

 

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