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Eleven years ago, Raphael Grojnowski and Mathieu Coquillon met by chance on a beach in Mozambique. At the time, Grojnowski was working for the UN World Food Programme in Rwanda; Coquillon was taking a sabbatical from the corporate rat race. He also happened to be hitchhiking up to Egypt — so it made sense to catch a ride as far as Rwanda in Grojnowski’s yellow bus.
“That,” Coquillon tells the FM, “is where it all started.”..
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