Hydroelectric power stations in Burundi make up for most of the country’s electricity. The University of Burundi offers an advanced and highly credible program in civil engineering, planning and urbanism.
Burundi has placed major effort in ensuring that the country has specialists to match the socio-economic, technological and scientific development of the country. Burundi’s engineering, planning and urbanism is a focus and a priority in order to respond to these developmental needs.
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Biomass, which is organic matter used as a fuel, especially in a power station for the generation of electricity, is being harnessed all around the world. It’s popularity is due to it being a renewable, carbon neutral and potentially cost effective power source. In...read more
Brian Gitta, a 24-year-old Ugandan engineer has won the Africa Prize for Engineering Innovation, making him the first Ugandan and youngest recipient of the prize. Gitta and his team won for their invention, Matibabu, a device which tests for malaria without drawing...read more