Last weekend, four students from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, including B2R Scholar, Francis Simbi, presented on their summer internship experience with B2R Farms at the CUSP Experiential Learning & Commencement Celebration. The past three months, these students have worked under the supervision of Rosine Ndayishimiye, B2R Fellow and Senior Associate of Agriculture at Bridge2Rwanda Services, on horticulture development, seed trials, farm business models, and community outreach programs on B2R’s Nova Farm. 

“I am so happy to not only be the bridge that connects these students to a sector that urgently needs their talents, but also to help them calibrate their knowledge to Rwanda and attract them to come back”

– Rosine Ndayishimiye, Senior Associate of Agriculture, B2R Services