Justin Nkunzimana is the Communication Officer, CorpsAfrica/Rwanda. Since 2021, he served as a CorpsAfrica Volunteer in the second group. Justin holds a Bachelor’s degree in Arts and Languages in Translation and interpreting studies from the University of Rwanda. During his studies, He served as a bee-keeping project leader, in Rwanda Village Community Promoters, a youth-led local NGO. He was a Journalist on Radio Salus from 2017 mainly working on grassroots and homegrown solutions reporting. In 2019, he won a grant from the Rwanda Journalist Association to work on the fight against Child Labor. In the same year, he also worked on a sexual reproductive awareness Podcast under a USAID-funded project that focused on eradicating early pregnancies in Rwanda. He has been part of many social organizations as a volunteer. Justin believes that the unselfish effort to bring smiles to other people’s faces is the beginning of a happier life for himself and for those around him. Before joining CorpsAfrica, he was a journalist on Radio Salus since 2017, mainly working on Sexual Reproductive Health issues and this experience gave him a chance to contribute to the reduction of early childbearing in Rwanda through working to provide related and needed information. Apart from that, he has been involved in community development programs where he volunteered as Beekeeping Project Leader in Rwanda Village Community Promoters since 2017. He has taken part in the success of the Urdu project that aimed at providing access to health information in rural areas as a translator. And he is now a member of Translators Without Borders. Justin believes that the change he wants to see lies in hands of serving his country.