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iHub By Anne / June 29, 2012

INSPIRED BY BRILLIANCE! | An observer’s notes on ODDC 2012.

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written By Rhoda Omenya Best Practices. Inspiration. Networking. Hack space. Co-Creation These were the buzzwords at the first Open Data for Development Camp in Kenya held at the iLabAfrica, Strathmore University on Wednesday and Thursday. The event coincides with the first anniversary of the launch of the Kenya Open Data

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iHub By Hilda Moraa / June 18, 2012

M-Governance Workshop: Potential of technology on water governance

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Date:  5th  July 2012 (Thursday) Time: 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Location: iHub Research Goal: The primary aim of the workshop is to: Engage the different stakeholders involved in governance under the Kenyan water sector–Government, Tech community, Civil society, residents from various areas, e.g. Kibera slums and NGOs in order

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iHub By Joseph / June 14, 2012

Of Coders and Post – it Notes

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Empathy. Defining. Ideating. Prototyping and Testing. These are the design thinking principles that Coders from the Code4Kenya initiative learnt over a one day workshop held yesterday at m:Lab East Africa, Nairobi. The Coders (and Fellows) are from Code4Kenya, an initiative within the Open Data Pre-Incubator project. In Kenya it has

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iHub By Jessica Colaço / June 11, 2012

iHub speaks at ICT Indaba

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iHub participated in the inaugural ICT Indaba conference held last week at the Cape Town International Convention Centre. The objectives of this meeting were: To bring together key stakeholders to formulate an African agenda and take advantage of expanding opportunities in the ICT sector; To introduce new technologies to enable

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iHub By Jessica Colaço / May 30, 2012

Call for Open Data’s Code4Kenya fellows

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Do you want to help kickstart a media and civil society revolution in Kenya? Code4Kenya is offering four Code4Kenya fellowships for civic hackers who want to help change the way that our societies work.   The fellows will be embedded into some of Kenya’s most influential media and civil society

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