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Claude K. Migisha is a Technologist based in Rwanda with over a decade of experience in the areas of ICT innovation management, ICT project design and management, ICT capacity building and the integration of ICT into international development initiatives (ICT4D). He has driven the adoption of technology in sectors ranging from education, health, agriculture, citizen engagement, gender empowerment and financial inclusion working with organisations such as The MasterCard Foundation, The World Bank, Jhpiego – an affiliate to John Hopkins University, GSMA, The UN Foundation, The World Wide Web Foundation and Oxfam amongst others. He also worked on the Open Data Barometer as a researcher for the 3rd and 4th editions. Claude holds a MSc in ICT and Development from The University of Manchester, UK as a Chevening Scholar.