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iHub By Patrick Munyi / August 16, 2011

iHub Fireside Chat with Mary McDowell

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Mary McDowell, Nokia’s Executive Vice President, Mobile Phones Division will be giving a talk on mobile innovation and the importance of Africa in Nokia’s strategy at the iHub Nairobi on the 23rd of August, 2011 from 5:30pm. She will be sharing her insights on Nokia’s vision of connecting the next

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iHub By Patrick Munyi / August 15, 2011

AkiraChix Graduation

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On Saturday the 6th of August, 2011, the inaugural class of the AkiraChix Training Program graduated in a moving ceremony held at the iHub. The Guest of Honor was Patrick Obath, Chairman of the Kenya Private Sector Alliance. Also present was Catherine Nyambala, Founding Director of STEM Africa. The seventeen

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iHub By Patrick Munyi / August 15, 2011

Growing Digital at G-Uganda and G-Kenya

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Over the past two years, many people have asked why Google hosts these G-days all over Africa, and for free. It’s a valid question. Their goal is to make the web better by giving the right people the skills to improve it. Students, techies, entrepreneurs and businesses are the engine

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iHub By Patrick Munyi / August 10, 2011

ICTD: Kentaro Toyama Talk

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Why It’s So Difficult to Get Rich and Help the Poor Simultaneously In C. K. Prahalad’s best-selling book, “The Fortune at the Bottom of the Pyramid,” the subtitle “Eradicating Poverty through Profits”, captures the rhetoric of many for-profit social entrepreneurs, as well as much of ICT-for-development, where the goal is to run

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iHub By Patrick Munyi / August 9, 2011

Wikipedia – Asaf Bartov Presentation

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Wikipedia is a multilingual, web-based, free-content encyclopedia project based on an openly editable model. Wikipedia’s articles provide links to guide the user to related pages with additional information. It is written collaboratively by largely anonymous Internet volunteers who write without pay. Anyone with Internet access can write and make changes to Wikipedia articles (except in certain cases

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