All posts by Crystal Kigoni

A Strong Team of Women

We are incredibly blessed by the amount of strong ass women in our lives. We are a force that is much greater than any one of us alone. This week has been a tough one and without my dream team I wouldn’t know how I could handle another day. In Dar es Salaam, Adella did a Usability

It cost me an arm and a leg…

3D printing limbs in East Africa I have said this countless times giving it only passing thought. This saying is often passed off under your breath, or when describing a shopping experience gone wrong, usually when you buy something that was too expensive. However what would be too expensive for you to have to give up

Attitude of Gratitude

God, the universe, happenstance, whatever you want to call it; it’s a mysterious thing. It’s just in those moments of “what am I thinking?!?” that inspiration comes knocking. For me, its often when I’m making my morning gratitude lists. Every morning in my head or sometimes on my chalkboard, I make a list of things

Africa and the Fourth Industrial Revolution

Africa’s generalized image in the minds of much of the “developed” world is that of poor people, in some far off nation, possibly fighting somewhere, with great wildlife. While these are in part true, there is another side that the journalists rarely cover. It is the immense wealth of resources of Africa countries that can

Just Crystal and the Impossible Trifecta

I co-founded this organization named Voices of Africa Foundation. VOA has been the love of my life for the past 10 years, so I recently stopped to ask myself… If I was to re-design my organization what would it look like and who would I be. You see, I am a writer by nature. Words flow