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iHub By Jessica Colaço / June 22, 2011

R@iHub Workshop: Designing 101

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The research arm of the iHub presents to you Designing for the Users, Making Technology work for the day to day man. These will be a series of workshops to be held at the iHub by a number of reputable designers. On Friday 24th, Susan Wyche presents Design 101, what it

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iHub By Jessica Colaço / May 31, 2011

Impact and prospects generated by the mobile money ecosystem

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This Friday (3rd June 2011) from 2pm – 4pm at the iHub, Tonny from the University of Nairobi will be discussing the impact and prospects generated by the mobile money ecosystem. He is a lecturer at the School of Computing and Informatics of the University of Nairobi in Kenya and

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iHub Research By Jessica Colaço / May 23, 2011

Research @iHubNairobi Workshop

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Students, professionals and green members came together this past Friday (May 20) to work out the story of their organization/project/idea. Anna Clark, based in Kenya for 6 months on a Fulbright fellowship from the US, led a group of ten through an interactive discussion and variety of writing exercises to

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iHub Research By Jessica Colaço / 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 Colaço / 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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