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iHub By Jessica Colaco / March 30, 2011

Using government data to create local apps with Dr. Bitange Ndemo


As an integral part of working with the technology community, Dr. Bitange Ndemo, The Permanent Secretary in The Ministry for Information and Communications in Kenya will be hosted at the iHub by Nokia and the iHub on Monday the 4th of April 2011 from 6.00 pm  – 7.30 pm.

He will be speaking to the technology community about working closely with local government  to create apps that help people make useful decisions. He would like to encourage and facilitate the technology community to  use  government data to create local apps that enhance social change.

Join us on Monday the 4th of April 2011 from 6.00 pm  – 7.30 pm at the iHub with Dr. Ndemo on how to use local government data to create local relevant applications that help people make useful decisions in society.  Please RSVP here.

Author : Jessica Colaco

Jessica Colaço is currently the Director of Partnerships at iHub. She was the Founding Manager between 2010 and 2011 at iHub and the Research Director between 2011 and 2013 at iHub Research. She is passionate about Innovation, Research, Mobile and Robotics Technology and Mentorship and Entrepreneurship in Kenya as she uses her position at iHub to court local, regional and international stakeholders to adopt Kenyan-made solutions. She is also a Mobile and Robotics Tech Evangelist, Co-Founder of @WMIAfrica and @AkiraChix, @TED Global Fellow 2009 and upcoming Guitarist.

  • Njuguna Patrick Maina at 17:36:04PM Wednesday, March 30, 2011

    Technology is the backbone of kenya and in order to build the economy. Thanks alot i wil be there very early i expect to here also on offering attachments to students coz thats a major problem

  • steve at 15:57:31PM Thursday, March 31, 2011

    looking forward to gauge the government’s level of commitment to working with “us”

  • Athman Ali at 19:42:56PM Monday, April 25, 2011

    Sad that I missed this, its an interesting area that I have been involved in since 2003 but mostly working at the regional, sub-regional and transit corridor level working closely with the COMESA, the EAC and others.

    Currently at TradeMark East Africa we are working in 4 key areas of electronic single windows, integrated border management, transit bonds and alternatives as well as data analysis for ports, revenue authorities and transit corridors via the transport observatory projects at the corridor authorities level.

    Definitely in for the next one!


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