Alphonse Habyarimana is the manager & developer of Kepler Tech Lab, a social innovation center and STEM lab based in Kigali, Rwanda, with the aim to improve and provide hands-on learning experiences to high school students and accelerates technical business ideas through workshops, outreaches, and advising. Alphonse is a member of the International Development Innovation Network and a fellow at Stanford FabLearn. He educates youth to help them acquaint themselves with technical skills and hands-on experiments through STEM courses and independent projects.
Wow, Audrine, thanks for being such great ambassador of the work we are doing! We can possibly grow the project to benefit more students, even in emergency situations where students cannot otherwise get access to practical education. Anything we can do together?
Thanks, Martine! We have to try our best so that at least even refugee students can get access to hands-on experience and problem-based lab programs. Do you think we can do something different to serve many students?