Donnas Ojok explores Africa’s leap onto the technological revolution train, and why despite its promise, we should not be oblivious to how it can divide society.
Donnas Ojok is a Programme Manager at the Uganda and South Sudan office of Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS). He also co-founded Refugee Innovation and Sustainable Enterprise – Urban Project (RISE-UP) and runs RISE-UP HUB which provides an innovative marketplace for products made by urban refugees in Kampala. Donnas is a PfAL Fellow and a MSc. Development Management graduate at LSE. Ojok mostly writes about forced displacement, rural innovations, digitalization and community development.