Yohan Muha, from Aga Khan Academy in Mombasa, Kenya, said his focus is on conflict resolution on the African continent.
“Conflicts have hindered Africa’s development for a long time. So, this is the time to learn and implement recovery strategies,” Muha said.
At least 50 high school students from Rwanda and other African countries are taking part in a six-day mentorship programme by Yale University at Riviera High School in Kabuga, Kigali.
The programme aims at empowering students with tools for global educational opportunities.
The programme is designed to challenge top performing secondary school students with university-level material to widen their scope of world perception.
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