Kagame meets Carnegie Mellon University students
The visiting team is comprised of seven students and one staff member from CMU-Pittsburgh and seven other students from CMU-Qatar.
President Kagame poses with Carnegie Mellon University students, faculty members and Education Minister Eugene Mutimura in Kigali yesterday. The President and the students discussed the country’s vision of advancing science and technology, and the role they can play towards that cause. The students are in Rwanda under the CMU-Project Rwanda, a student-led community service initiative that connects CMU students to its Pittsburgh (USA), Qatar and Rwanda campuses with the aim of enhancing the educational experience of Rwandan youth through technology. / Village Urugwiro