Guest blog by Innovate Kenya Innovate Kenya, a non-profit organization working with youth between the ages of 13-18, is looking for any professionals with experience in fields of environment, agriculture, technology, engineering, or health to mentor a team of 3-5 students participating in our program. We are also looking for volunteers to help evaluate our participants’ project […]
On Thursday, 14th November , we will be hosting Machel Waikenda at the iHub for a fireside chat. Kenya’s population is primarily youth (over 78% under 34 in 2010), and this can be a source of competitive advantage for Kenya. Join us at #AskWaikenda at the iHub next Thursday as he engages the tech community […]
Microsoft 4Afrika Initiative is a new effort through which the company will actively engage in Africa’s economic development to improve its global competitiveness. This is a multi-year initiative that aims at empowering every African who has a great idea for a business or an application and to turn that idea into a reality which in […]
Waza (Swahili for “Active Thinking”) Experience is an iHub community initiative that aims to foster active thinking and creativity in Kenyan youth. The idea for Waza was born out of a noted lack of emphasis on creative thinking and problem solving in the traditional Kenyan education system. Waza effectively grooms the next generation into thoughtful […]
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