kLab provides an open space for IT entrepreneurs to collaborate and innovate in Kigali, Rwanda

kLab, ICT Park, 6th Floor
Boulevard de l'Umuganda, Kacyiru
Open hours : 24/7
Closed : Temporarily on public holidays
May 09th, 2016

The nFrnds Young Entrepreneurs Fellowship Program being run by nFrnds in partnership with the Rwanda ICT Chamber, kLab, Africa Innovation Prize, RwandaOnline, Balton Rwanda and Microsoft is being launched this week in Kigali with an intensive boot-camp designed to provide hands-on experience and entrepreneurial training to young Rwandan graduates. Participants taking part in the boot-camp will receive training in marketing, sales and business development and have an opportunity to put their skills into practice while receiving support and mentorship from the nFrnds team, local facilitators and guest lecturers. Throughout the program fellows will continue to receive practical training and first-hand ... Read more comment(s)

April 27th, 2016

Last October, I had a great opportunity -- which I came to see later -- to learn Scratch, a programming code language designed for young  people by MIT. Soon, I wanted other people, especially kids to also learn this great tool and program.

In this line, we started a program where we teach kids Scratch using RDB ICT buses. During our journey, which is still continuing, I have come to realize that kids, who use or see a computer for the first time, are fast learners though I do not have facts and evidence to back this up; it is ... Read more comment(s)

April 20th, 2016

Who said young girls cant have or run businesses?? If you're among the people with such a myth,you are most probably fooling yourself.Over 30 young girls aged between 13-18 years who'd formed 6 groups gathered on 16th April 2016 at kLab for technovation challenge Regional Pitch.

3 new school successful tech entrepreneurs: Louis Antoine Muhire, Patrick Buchana and Jean Niyotwagira as panel of the jury and H.E US Kigali Ambassador Erica J. Barks-Ruggles as the guest of honor, they all ... Read more comment(s)

April 13th, 2016

Do you have what it takes to be an entrepreneur? Would you like to learn to develop your own business and marketing strategy? The nFrnds Entrepreneurs Fellowship partnership with kLab is launching in Kigali on May 8th will provide hands-on entrepreneurial experience, training and mentor-ship to selected graduates who would like to develop their skills in marketing, sales, business development and more!

For more information and how to apply:Click here. (No technological background required)​.


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April 06th, 2016

During October 5th - 9th last year, the Africa Code Week took place in Rwanda. Over 800 students at five primary schools had been taught in programming. In order to have the proper IT equipment at the school sites specially equipped buses from RDB had been provided.

Have a look at the following video here to see what happened in that week. The initiative was facilitated and organized by kLab.

Due to the positive acceptance and feedback given on the initiative kLab and Read more comment(s)