“Rwanda’s road to progress” – by Josh Ruxin.

cablerwanda-blogSpanOne of the persons that made a great and lasting impact on me when I was in Kigali, is the very humble and at the same time very energetic entrepreneur and professor from Columbia University, Mr Josh Ruxin. Josh has worked and lived with his family in the Capital of Rwanda, Kigali, for a few years now and this article is an update on what is going on in Rwanda at this very moment. Here is his take on Rwanda which last year was the number one reformer in the world, and last month, the World Economic Forum’s Global Competitiveness Report had Rwanda leading its East African counterparts in economic innovation, financial markets, and infrastructure. The photo is taken by Kit Cody at Rwanda Works and shows how fiber optic cable is being installed all over the country. Josh’s the Founder and Director of the Millenium Villages in Rwanda, he’s also the Founder of Rwanda Works, as well as the Access Project. Here’s his last article from the New York Times named “Rwanda’s road to progress”.

Read the entire article in the New York Times.

Warm regards,

Emre Gürler.

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One Response to ““Rwanda’s road to progress” – by Josh Ruxin.”

  1. Josée says:

    December 2nd, 2010 at 00:49

    Thanks for the information.
    /Rwandese living in Sweden

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