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iHub By Jessica Colaço / September 21, 2011

iHub Member on an international panel

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Young Kariuki Gathitu an iHub member and mlab incubatee is the entrepreneur behind Zege technologies that deals with financial solutions. He has developed a mobile payment aggregator called MPAYER that automates mobile money payments . He is a whiz in ruby and uses Agile programing methodology. He loves innovation and

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iHub By Jessica Colaço / September 20, 2011

GetH2O: A mobile phone game building peace

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GetH2O, a mobile phone game co-created by designers in Kenya and the Netherlands, is in use in 20 countries worldwide, both online and offline. The GetH2O game is both a serious and fun game about community development and conflict prevention and is being promoted in 4 African countries online and

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iHub By Jessica Colaço / September 20, 2011

Meet iLab Liberia

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iLab Liberia, a project of the Ushahidi Liberia team, has been bustling since it opened this May.  iLab has become Liberia’s go-to resource center for local IT professionals, a training ground in open source software and has been known to throw a pretty mean mapping party. We’ve told you a bit

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m:lab By John Kieti / September 16, 2011

Second wave of m:lab East Africa training begins

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Shortly after completion of the first wave of training in mobile applications technology, a new wave of trainees has been selected to benefit from m:lab East Africa’s training program. A call for applicants to be enrolled into the subsidized training was made in August 2011 and publicised through the Lab’s

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iHub Research By Leo Mutuku / September 16, 2011

The Next Big Thing

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Innovative Ideas such as the Cell Phone, the Internet, Google and M-PESA have gone on to become some of the greatest businesses and ventures of the past 50 years or so. The Business Daily, in partnership with Enablis and Kenyatta University, is running a competition dubbed The Next Big Thing.

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