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With creativity, capital becomes easy to find

ByWebmaster

Mar 12, 2024

BUJUMBURA March 12th (ABP) – Young academics are called on to be creative, because everything around them can become capital. That was announced by the country director of the Lutheran World Federation (LWF), Mrs. Martine Nibasumba, during an interview with ABP, during a visit to Bujumbura on Monday March 11, 2024.

As for the vision of Burundi as an emerging country in 2040 and developed in 2060, she said that her contribution is that young Burundians can be creative and to raise their awareness so that they can strengthen their capacity. in order to realize their dreams.

Mrs. Nibasumba mentioned that the incubation and acceleration center of the University of Burundi (CINAUB), organized awareness sessions for young academics, for the strengthening of entrepreneurial activities, with the aim of exchanging how they can change the way they think, adding that entrepreneurship is the key to arriving at Burundi’s vision.

She added that even challenges can become a solution to problems arising from job search. Young Burundians are called upon to think about income-generating activities.

The country director invited them to visit several institutions that have been set up by the government, namely the PAEEJ, the BIJE as well as the women’s bank and meet other young people who have received credit from these institutions to exchange experience. That provides the ambition to join cooperatives or create your own project.

For example, it is difficult to save the 60 thousand BIF pre-scholarship granted by the State to students at the University of Burundi, until the end of the month, without any other source of income for the student, he noted. Therefore, young academics are thinking about income and project creations with a view to coping with unemployment.

She recommended that all young people develop the spirit of creativity, change their mentalities and integrate into cooperatives to share experiences.