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iHub Research By Jessica Colaco / May 17, 2011

R@iHub May 20th Workshop

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What’s the story of your organization (or project, or idea)? What’s the story of you, as an entrepreneur and professional? In this interactive workshop, we’re going to find out. Through a series of exercises, participants will draft (or improve) their project narrative and their professional biography — two essential pieces of

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AfriWiT

iHub By Jessica Colaco / May 17, 2011

AfriWiT – African Women in Technology Update

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Taking up less than 15% of the industry, Women in Computing are a very rare species globally. In Africa, their numbers are dismal, and can sometimes be even dismissed to be irrelevant. But with projects such as M-Farm and initiatives such as Akira Chix and Girls on Map by Google

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iHub By Jessica Colaco / May 13, 2011

iHubber: Kopo Kopo, Inc.

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In a quest to tell the stories of the people and the projects that make the iHub community what it is today, we are introducing a series of blog posts that are going to run every week starting today. These are stories about The iHubber - The People and The Projects

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iHub By John Kieti / May 12, 2011

More on PIVOT25 Competition Finalists

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A week ago we announced names of 25 finalists for PIVOT25. The finalists are now preparing to pitch their mobile applications at the conference in June 14th and 15th. Among the finalist are 2 entries from Rwanda, 1 from Uganda and 1 from Tanzania. More information about the finalist applications

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iHub Research By Jessica Colaco / May 11, 2011

R@iHub Qualitative Research Workshop

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Join the r@iHub research team for a workshop on qualitative research basics this Friday (May 13th) from 2 – 4 pm. The workshop will be lead by Angela Crandall, currently conducting research in Kenya on a 10-month Fulbright Research Fellowship. Angela has experience working with the World Bank’s infoDev Climate Technology Program

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