Today’s Solutions: September 30, 2022

The word “drone” has become synonymous with terror in recent years, but in Africa, drones have become a beacon of hope for those in tough-to-reach areas. Imagine a sick child in a small village in the hills of Rwanda needs medication, but the nearest hospital is hours away. The child’s mother can pick up the phone and have the much-needed medication delivered straight to their door—thanks to a drone. Rwanda represents the future of drones in Africa at the moment, with scientists and developers exploring the possibilities of using drones for civilian purposes like delivering medication or other goods to overcome the lack of infrastructure that plagues Africa. The country may even be home to what could be the world’s first drone port by the end of 2017.

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