Projects

Started in 2012, iHub Consulting aims to meet the technology needs of organisations by tapping into the immense talent pool that iHub’s diverse community of freelancers — namely project managers, developers, designers and quality assurers — provides. We realised early on that it was not enough for the iHub to bring these people together in one co-working space.

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CHUNGA.ME(RANGER APP)

This is a joint project between iHub, MIT Media Lab and Wildlife Works‘ local project in the corridor between Tsavo East and Tsavo West national parks.
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Status/ ongoing

Project Ngulia

OSCDNet is for researchers and practitioners from the Global South working on, or are interested in the role of openness and collaboration in science, as a transformative tool for both development thinking and practices. Through this project, we intend to nurture an interactive community of Open Science practitioners
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OCSDnet

The Open and Collaborative Science in Development Network, OCSDNet, is a new research network aiming to gather observations on whether, and under which conditions, open approaches to research and collaboration could lead to various development outcomes in the Global South.
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Status/ complete

HCS SHARE AND REPORTING TOOL AND KNOWLEDGE PLATFORM

The first phase of this project was the development of a knowledge management platform to facilitate knowledge sharing among consortium partners. The platform is used by the Health Consortium of Somalia, a consortium of five International NGOs working together to implement an integrated health program in targeted areas
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Status/ complete

ICES

The Information Centre for the Extractives Sector (ICES) is a multi-sector public platform that surfaces information around the extractives industry by promoting knowledge, transparency and evidence-based stakeholder dialogue on the extractives sector in Kenya.
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AJIBIKA

Ajibika is a system designed to hold the county officials on these 3 counties accountable. The system is a customization of the Pombola software, which is Mzalendo’s codebase. “Ajibika” is a Kiswahili word that calls you to “take responsibility or to be responsible ”.
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