This initiative came after they had noticed how Rwandans face issues with short-circuits and electrical shocks when charging electronics.
The wireless power transfer uses an electromagnetic field to transfer energy between two objects through electromagnetic induction.
The founders of Kwaanda labs say that the wireless power transfer chargers supply the electricity in an easier, faster, and affordable manner. James Ndekezi, the co-founder of Kwaanda labs, encourages other young people to enroll in technology and solve societal issues.
Kwaanda Labs has expanded and now has several branches in different suburbs of Kigali. Wireless chargers are sold for less than 7 dollars. Transmitters cost $5. For a receiver, it is less than two dollars.
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