<<Helping others is actually an exercise of self-help; at the end, the biggest winner will be yourself>> Abraham Briseño, AIESEC Rwanda
Luis LOPEZ GALAN
Kigali, the Rwandan capital, seems like an oasis of cleanliness and civic organization once one arrives; an African city created to surprise the 21st century. However, within its streets and avenues, some neighborhoods still hide the charm of that real personality that all travelers are looking for. Thus, the red sand of this part of the world leads us to the Muslim area, Nyamirambo, where we find Abraham Briseño, a Mexican expert in the country and almost in all the East African Region with whom we are having our first Cafeaid, a new series of Espresso Fiorentino created with the intention of speaking out for those who can't, to promote the work and effort of those people for whom travel also means changing the perspective of those who suffer. And that is actually the perfect definition for our friend. After completing his studies in International Business in his native country, a voice inside Abraham called out loudly saying that he was one of those people who were born to make a difference. And so, from Mexico to the world and thanks to his passion, he has worked in countries such as Nicaragua, Tanzania and finally Rwanda, where he became president of the AIESEC organization and where we find him tonight sitting in a bar decorated with small white lights. His eyes, lost perhaps thinking on his near future, meet with ours in one of those moments that can only occur while traveling, when someone who until then was a total stranger becomes suddenly a friend. Abraham decided to change the coffee for a Skol beer, typical of the country, and we accept the exchange with open ears to hear his story and for the world to read his inspiring words. With them and from the very heart of Africa, begins a new journey for Espresso Fiorentino.
Cafe-aid by Espresso Fiorentino
A section to speak out for those who can't