by Derrick S. Vormawor (Project Assistant, StArfrica & Ghanaian Entrepreneur) My journey with the StArfrica team began on 1st April 2021 with nothing but a positive mindset and the zeal to contribute towards the success of the StArfrica project (which
When started the big call for applications for the first round of the StArfrica Incubator in May, our hopes were high in terms of interest and applications. And we were not disappointed! At the day of the deadline, at the
Our guest of the today´s StArfrica lunch-impulse is Tony B. Adesina – a serial entrepreneur and on the way to sustainably changing mobility in Rwanda!
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Our guest today is Stefan Pandorf, a German entrepreneur and founder of Particulate Solutions GmbH, based in Koblenz – Germany…
At the end of April, the StArfica team took another opportunity to meet again in person and on site in Rwanda in order to follow up on the current work packages of the StArfrica-Project. After a PCR Covid-19 test and
“Many people often think of superficiality or shallowness when it comes to beauty contests. Honestly, I had also felt a bit like that as well, when I had heard of Miss Rwanda for the first time last year. However, looking back at my week at the bootcamp with the Top 20 Miss Rwanda contestants, Miss Rwanda proved to me to be more than just a beauty contest…”
“When most of the countries in the world had gone into another lockdown due to Covid-19 in late fall last year, the situation in Rwanda still seemed stable and quite optimistic. Restaurants, cafés, markets and shops were still open, yet people had to be home by 22:00. The more we came closer to Christmas though, the stricter the rules became…”
Prof. Dr. Harald von Korflesch presented the StArfrica project within the topic of ‘Market-Entry by Entrepreneurship’ at the Africa-Day for Enterprises by the University of Applied Sciences Neu-Ulm. The event focused on the East African countries Rwanda, Kenya and Ethiopia. The record is available here…
Our board member Tara Méité was interviewed by “Deutsche Welle” and introduced the StArfrica project….
“This is a common greeting in Kinyarwanda and means something like “Good afternoon, how are you doing?” It’s almost two months since I have been living in Rwanda now and I have recently started to feel that I have “arrived“. The past weeks have been incredibly stressful and quite hectic – but at the same time, I was fulfilling tasks and executing things I have been wanting to do in my profession for a long time…”