Boris graduated from Kigali Independent University in Rwanda, with a bachelors in Economics. Since 2011 he has been active in a world youth-run organization called AIESEC based in 126 countries and territories. He worked as an AIESEC vice-president in charge of finance and administration, through AIESEC he was able to engage the Rwandan youth into community based projects to address issues that are likely to affect the local community and events aiming to promote culture diversity among them, he also developed their leadership potential via AIESEC global network. Apart from that he also worked with a micro-finance institution and does freelance writing. He is currently working with non-profit organization called Spark Microgrants whereby he supports rural communities to run their social impacts projects.
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During the 1990s almost all infrastructure in Rawanda was damaged. In the past few years, however, Rwanda has made significant progress to recover its economy and solar energy is starting on the path to what could be a fantastic Cleanleap. One of the big stories is the work from GigaWatt Rwanda Limited in developing the first grid-level solar electric generating plant in the East African region.