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Vincent

PROGRESS

OUR GOAL: A CIRCLE OF SUPPORTERS GIVING $350/MONTH OR $4200 FOR THE YEAR

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Rwanda

University of Rwanda

Career Technology

Mechanical Engineering

CAREER: Engineer

GRAD DATE: 2025

JOURNEY

    • September 8, 2022 – Vincent talked about the biggest changes in his life since the end of the COVID restrictions: “COVID restrictions were a bit of a challenge because it exposed us to unfamiliar situations we weren’t aware of. For me, the biggest change is being active and interacting again. As students, life required meeting with colleagues to activate our minds through sharing ideas, and the COVID restrictions were barriers to that contact, which led to a passiveness of our minds. Since the end of the restrictions, we now interact as usual and help each other which benefits each of us.”

Vincent’S CIRCLE

BIO

Vincent is the second born to a family of three children. Vincent resides in Kigali with his parents and two sisters. Vincent is studying Mechanical Engineering at the University of Rwanda. Vincent’s vision is to become a leader in technological advancements in his region and create tech solutions that will have a positive impact on communities. Vincent said, “We can’t deny the power of technology and innovation in every sector; whether it is using drones to save lives, “mobile money” to help business – technology continues to shape our world.” Vincent wants to be at the epicenter of tech advancement in his country. He also wants to create an e-space where knowledge and information are shared freely to advance research across the continent. Vincent believes this will increase innovation and create business and employment opportunities for thousands of people. He hopes this will alleviate poverty while improving the well-being of his community. Vincent puts God above all in everything he pursues. He also likes to give back to his community because he believes everything that goes around, comes around. His most recent way of giving back is to teach science to A-level students during his school break.