Clovis Hatungimana (Burundi) is a member of the Mastercard-ALA class of 2019 and a recent graduate from Quest University Canada. He holds a Bachelor of Arts and Sciences with a focus in Statistics and Program Evaluation. His question of interest in academics is, “how should we innovate higher education in developing countries?” He is one of the co-founders of “Mbeho nk’Abandi,” a charity that raises funds and supplies for underprivileged people’s welfare and children’s education in Bujumbura, Burundi. Clovis also co-founded the BioFarm enterprise that promises to produce good-quality and affordable biogas as a substitute for charcoal and wood in Burundian households. His endeavor is geared toward tackling the issue of deforestation, greenhouse gas emissions, and subsequent respiratory issues that emanate from the use of charcoal and wood.