African countries are experiencing sistem revolutionary tekn developments for the continent, taking steps in the fields of science, technology and innovation, from robotics to satellite systems, from environmentally sound vehicles to healthcare. The continental countries, rich in underground and surface resources, are trying to eliminate the deficiencies in infrastructure and technology with the steps taken in the field of science, technology and innovation, from robot technology to satellite systems, from environmentally friendly tools to health systems.
Various conferences and panels are organized in different parts of the continent in the field of science, technology and innovation, while African leaders such as President Paul Kagame of Rwanda, President of Senegal Macky Sall and South African President Cryil Ramaphosa support the steps taken in this area. African students receive medals in international technology competitions, drone technology is used for the benefit of the public and joint projects with international companies are carried out.
Africa's first Silicon Valley
Thousands of people lost their lives in the internal conflicts and today "Africa's Swiss" Rwanda rising to the status of the agenda with Silicon Valley. The technology production and development center in the USA, inspired by Silicon Valley, will be built in the capital Kigali with a budget of $ 2 billion. With the support of the Development Bank of Africa (BAD), Kigali Innovation City (KIC) aims to generate approximately $ 150 million of information and communication technology and $ 300 million of foreign direct investment. Building on 70 hectares of land
The innovation city to be hosted will host universities, technology companies, biotech firms and trade centers worldwide. Ruan-
2 thousand 600 students will be educated in the universities to be established in the city of innovation each year, and these students will contribute to the development of Africa.
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