Last year Tigo and Reach for Change announced funding of two more social entreprenuers who will implement innovative projects aimed at improving the lives of children in the country. Each entrepreneur received Frw. 13,800,000 from Tigo and mentorship through the Reach for Change Incubator Program. The two were selected from the Tigo Digital Changemakers' competition held last year which attracted hundreds of applications with project ideas of using digital tools/initiatives to create impact for children in the country, announced Tigo Rwanda General Manager, Tongai Maramba at a function held in Kigali. The two joined a group of five other social entreprenuers supported by Tigo and Reach for Change.
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