From CBS News: Carnegie Mellon University will open a branch campus in Rwanda next year, making it the first American university to do so in central Africa. The students who attend the program in Kigali, Rwanda’s capital, will get exactly the same diploma as those who attend Carnegie Mellon’s Pittsburgh campus, officials told The Associated […]
Renaissance Partners, the company planning to develop a privately-run city on the outskirts of Nairobi, is also contemplating a similar initiative in Rwanda. Read article here
Weather has always been the farmer’s biggest concern because of its capricious nature. Though in many areas it’s become fairly predictable, in most parts of the world it can change over time or even suddenly, making agricultural decisions a gamble. For the coffee growers – as with many other crops -a harvest can be made […]
From Business Week: The Rwandan government continues to negotiate with an Israel firm to lease her pilot methane plant on Lake Kivu, western Rwanda, in a bid to increase the plant’s electricity production capacity. Read article here
From How We Made It In Africa: Good, quality milk is one of the most nutrient-rich natural beverages available. Containing a healthy dose of at least nine essential vitamins and minerals, milk can be, quite literally, a lifesaver for populations suffering from an extremely nutrient-poor diet in developing countries. Read article here
Why, despite barriers to business, has Rwanda continued to show clear signs of progress?
The American Enterprise Institute examines the problems and prospects for Rwanda’s future.
Bridge2Rwanda (B2R) is geared toward brokering relationships for business development.
The President of Rwanda drives the nation forward.
Two CEOs in Chicago, Joe Ritchie and Daniel Cooper, created a loose network of businessmen called Friends of Rwanda (FoR). Those in the network use their resources and expertise to partner with Rwandan leadership in their development efforts.