AfriLabs is a fast growing pan-African network of 40 technology innovation hubs in 20 African countries. The team builds the capacity of hubs across Africa, supporting the growth of tech communities around them and helping to expand the African tech, innovation and entrepreneurship ecosystem.
This year, AfriLabs' annual meet-up was held in Ghana, with an open invitation for groups working on open and innovative societies, from civic tech to e-commerce and public healthcare innovation.
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PROJECT | February 23, 2017
Savannah Accelerated Development Authority (SADA)
PROJECT | February 6, 2017
BLOG | December 20, 2016
Innovation hubs: a journey of growth and discovery
PUBLICATION | December 19, 2016
Crowdsourcing citizen feedback on district development in Ghana using interactive…
PUBLICATION | November 30, 2016
How does government responsiveness come about? The politics of accountability…
BLOG | November 11, 2016
Mind the gap: bridging the divide between tech hubs and…
PROJECT | August 25, 2016
School of International Development, University of East Anglia (DEVCo)
BLOG | August 2, 2016
How, when and why do governments respond to citizens?
PROJECT | June 23, 2016
VOTO Mobile: Practitioner Research
PROJECT | June 7, 2016
Global Communities: Practitioner Research