Leveraging no-code in Rwanda👩🏽‍💻

It's been a while since I last posted, but I thought I'd pop in and share a bit about what we've been up to.
I launched a no-code academy last year, we've trained over 50 people for free(big thank to all the mentors, instructors)

We've shipped a few products, a crowd rental marketplace, ntiza.co

A crowdfarming platform https://shoraweze.com/
Any member of the RW diaspora can sponsor a farm for a return of 25-30%.

A plots' marketplace www.ikibanza.com

Just to name a few 😅.

If you're in Africa join the linkedin group "no-code for Africa".


  1. 1

    Some great work Nadia congrats. As someone with ties to Africa living in America I'm excited to see projects like these. I assume you've thought about creating a freelance job marketplace for those trained no-coders to get hired?

    1. 1

      Are you on Linkedin?

      1. 1

        I am on just sent you a connection request

    2. 1

      Abdel yes indeed, that's the idea :)
      You read right through the lines, huh :D
      I'd love to hear more about your ties with Africa, can we connect?

  2. 1

    Hey Nadia,

    The crowdfarming platform looks very interesting. Does the sponsorship for a single "instance" lets put it needs to be done by a single individual or it could be split between multiple people? To be honest, I am impressed here not by the no-code part, but the investment model and ROI :)


    1. 1


      Yes it can be shared among a group of people.
      Thank you for the kind words 😁.
      The RoS (return on sponsorship) is indeed exciting, but the more exciting part is the impact we can make on the farmers' side.
      Happy to answer any questions via the chat or a video call.

Trending on Indie Hackers
I sold my first bootstrapped SaaS business. AMA! 9 comments Creating code with Artificial Intelligence. Good or Bad? 5 comments Why I chose PayPal checkout over Stripe 5 comments The surprising way I run my $800k ARR design service 4 comments How Did I Prevent a DDoS Attack? 😂 2 comments Any communities for indie app founders? 1 comment