A couple of major technological projects in Burundi and Rwanda caught my attention earlier this week.
In Burundi, a solar energy plant is to be constructed in Mubuga. Lack of electricity supply is a leading hindrance to business in the country, so the project could help companies nationally, as well as creating jobs around the plant itself. It looks like an enjoyable project to work for.
In Rwanda, there are plans to set up (reportedly) "the world's first drone airport". The airport is to be used for transporting medicines and electronic parts around the wider region. Again, it looks like a pleasant job, with plenty of mental challenges relating to construction and logistics.