iHub By Jessica Colaco / August 18, 2010
Apps4Africa 24hr Hackathon
On the 1st of July 2010, the U.S. Under Secretary of State for Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs Judith McHale launched the “Apps 4 Africa” contest at the iHub.
The regional competition seeks to harness the power of African software developers in Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania and Rwanda and leverage the power of digital technology to improve the lives of ordinary people in East Africa and worldwide. The competition runs through August 31 2010
Jessica Colaço calls it “a tech journey in East Africa, a journey with social change to better the lives of the people.”
Hence join us in this tech journey on Friday the 20th of August at 6pm t0 Saturday the 21st of August at 6pm for a 24hr Hackathon at the iHub.
Please note that you must register for this event. Sign Up Now.
APPS FOR AFRICA » Announcing Great Prizes and a 24 Hour Hack-a-thon at 18:24:13PM Thursday, August 19, 2010
[...] great apps? If you are in Nairobi, then join us this Saturday at 6PM at the iHub Nairobi for the Apps4Africa 24 hour hackathon! Stay tuned for other great hack-a-thons throughout the [...]Reply
HN Muyingi at 14:40:20PM Wednesday, September 29, 2010
Congratulation for all of that, especially the InfoDev grant. I will be collaborating with CISR, Pretoria for the same activities. look at my website and hope to hear from you.
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