My African Dream: One Man's Journey Back Home

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This book is Henri Nyakarundi's personal experience of the life he lived in the United States and about his journey back home to Rwanda. It is a personal journey of self-discovery and of the realization that we, as Africans, can build our own dreams at home. If you want to come home to Africa and need some inspiration, this book is for you. More

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About Henri Nyakarundi

Henri Nyakarundi is an entrepreneur, award winner and pan African, born in Kenya but grew up in Burundi has a Rwandan refugee until 1994. In 1996, his parent decided to send him and his sister to his aunt in Atlanta for a better life. But his passion was in Business. He started over 10 different businesses in different countries. His purpose today is to develop technologies to address the challenges the African continent is facing today especially the fight on Poverty.

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Marion Grace Woolley reviewed on March 23, 2019

This is a really interesting book. Living in Africa and working with refugee organisations, it's inescapable that many young people in economically developing countries believe that all of their problems could be fixed if they just made it to Europe or America. This is an incredibly honest, and at times very humorous, book written by a man who grew up as a refugee in Burundi and then spent around 18 years in America. It busts the myth that life in the West is easy, and it looks at the complex issues of social isolation and self-identity that come with a move of that magnitude. It also looks at the author's decision to return to Africa, and highlights the opportunities that are emerging in business and social enterprise on the continent. It's a really thought-provoking, heartfelt read.
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