Uncategorized By Rachel Gichinga / August 28, 2012
Do you have an idea for a crowdsourced journalism project in Africa? The Big Picture Journalism Award will grant 5000 Euros to each of the top three crowdsourced journalism project proposals coming from Africa and provide professional support to develop your idea. Find out more about the application process and
iHub By Rachel Gichinga / August 24, 2012
80% of Kenya’s publishing sector is dominated by the sale of educational material to the tune of Kes 30 billion per annum. From just a handful of publishers to more than 100 in just a couple of years, the change of hands of many old-guard establishments to indigenous management
iHub Consulting By Mercy Deche / August 24, 2012
iHub Consulting held its first info session to explain what the ideas and processes are for the initiative. The community was engaging, asking interesting questions which will greatly influence the direction which the initiative will take. All iHub initiatives (Research, Cluster, UX Lab and Consulting) are rooted in the need
Uncategorized By Rachel Gichinga / August 23, 2012
What is Africa’s competitive Edge? We invite all Africans to collaborate: share your lessons learnt, ask questions and participate on the topic of innovation! The African Programme of the 5th SA Innovation Summit will be streamed live to 4 countries on 29 & 30 August 2012. Click here to register. Topics
iHub By Rachel Gichinga / August 23, 2012
Three months ago, Kwani Trust commissioned Digital Divide Data (DDD) to digitise some of its content as part of a pilot to see what possibilities lie in the content Kwani? has produced since its founding in 2003, and how new online and digital technologies could be utilised. This new Kwani?
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