I can sure do that. I will keep a weekly journal of what I do and do not like about the program, for the program to be the best for Kiziba students. It has long been my hope for refugees in Rwanda, to have a way to learn to code. So, fell free to get in touch with me anytime.
This is the one viable opportunity that can change lives of young Africans in camps. I myself have been accepted in the first class of Kigali Actualize bootcamp. It is a life-changing opportunity in this technology age, to have access to an american bootcamp that is worth more than 12, 000 US dollars. The rewards after the bootcamp are so much more than being job-ready web programmers, but because coding is about solving problems beneficiaries of this program will have the ability to run their own tech startups. I am so excited to be part of Actualize first class in Kigali, and I will be willing to help my fellow Keplerians in Kiziba Campus.