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Uncategorized By Jessica Colaço / August 4, 2011

Ushahidi .Ke Evaluation Launch

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On the 25th of August,2011, iHub will host the Ushahidi .Ke Evaluation Launch. The Harvard Humanitarian Initiative and Ushahidi are collaborating to build educational tools to help community users. Three toolboxes have been built by and for the community. The Assessment, Implementation, and Output toolboxes are interactive and will allow people to

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Wireless Wednesday - Gustav Praekelt

m:lab By Jessica Colaço / August 4, 2011

Wireless Wednesday Recap – Gustav Praekelt on Mobile Marketing

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The following blog post is cross posted from the Praekelt Foundations’ news page with permission from them. You can participate in the build up conversation on mLabs World here. ******* Gustav Praekelt, founder of Praekelt Consulting and the Praekelt Foundation, spoke at m:Lab East Africa’s Wireless Wednesday event last week

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iHub By Jessica Colaço / July 31, 2011

The Open Corner Initiative

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Young Kenyans are constantly looking for jobs and new skills, and at the same time the community around us seek innovative solutions to solve problems we face on each passing day. Smartphones are increasingly getting popular in Kenya and apps for these phones a big growth area. The mix of

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iHub By Jessica Colaço / July 30, 2011

AppCircus comes to Nairobi

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The traveling showcase of the most creative and innovative apps, AppCircus, will be hosted by the iHub and Akirachix on the 10th of September 2011. Developers can pitch in front of an international jury, formed by industry experts. The winner of the AppCircus will get an opportunity to be nominated for the Mobile

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iHub By Jessica Colaço / July 29, 2011

Introducing August as the Law Month

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In this innovation space, there are many opportunities for creatives, programmers and developers to make their mark. The realities however, is that so many applications and/or works are being developed at such a fast pace that quite often, competing applications can appear almost alike. Most of the time this has

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