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NABU and HP Launch Creative Lab to Empower Youth and Artistic Communities of Rwanda

By: 3BL Media



HP, a multinational information technology company, and NABU, the leading non-profit publisher of multilingual kids books, have launched the state of the art NABU HP Creative Lab in Kigali, Rwanda. Fitted with smart technology, which comprises the latest HP hardware and creative software, the Lab will be a learning and collaborative space for creatives in Rwanda. The space will be used as a tool to teach, equip, and empower young people in Rwanda by providing technological support so that they can create art that inspires the community.

The NABU HP Creative Lab will be based at the Kigali Public Library, a long standing partner of NABU, and have a capacity to host young aspiring authors and illustrators. Located in Kacyiru, just 20 minutes from the City Center, youth from all corners of the City will also be able to benefit from the free-to-access studio space.

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