Rwanda: Youth Meet to Develop ICT Solutions for Agriculture
October 24, 2013 Editor 0
[New Times]ICT students and tech entrepreneurs last weekend gathered at KLab, Rwanda’s technical hub for a 36-hour programming competition aimed at coming up with ICT solutions for the agriculture sector.
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