Odjo Essèho Urbain is a third-year Software Engineering student at IFRI-University of Abomey-Calavi. He’s been passionate about technology since childhood, immersing himself in programming and software development. Urbain’s unwavering determination and insatiable curiosity have led him to explore various programming languages, frameworks, and emerging tech
An advocate for education and innovation in Africa, Urbain actively participates in community projects, promoting computer science and technology among underprivileged youth. His
commitment to sustainable development and leveraging technology for social change led him to the Resolution Project, where he contributes to innovative global solutions.
Beyond academics and the Resolution Project, Urbain enjoys exploring new tech, traveling, and sharing knowledge. His ambition is to become a tech leader, making a positive global impact through innovation. He also runs TomatoDry, reducing post-harvest losses and food waste via tomato powder production. Additionally, he serves as a peer coach, supporting fellow scholarship recipients at the University of Abomey-Calavi in their educational and leadership journey.