Francine Andrew Saro is a Rwandan journalist, resident of Kigali - Rwanda. She majored in journalism and communication with Information and Communication Technology background; her journalism career stems from 2010 as a media assistant/journalist translator for an American journalist reporting for Aljazeera America in East Africa. She worked as a freelancer journalist, she joined Pax Press in 2015 and later became a member. In 2018, she started her own media organ: Fezaa.com and became a member of Women Media Owners for Change. She specializes in judicial reporting, she covered an international trial in Paris court of assize. She is a grantee of Social impact reporting of WANIFRA (twice), and after solution journalism (SoJo) training in 2021, she is respectively a grantee of solutions journalism mini grant and fellowship by Science Africa/SJN.