Inventive Africa is back from Kenya and completely enthused! The blog has gone a little quite for the last two weeks, apart from a fascinating interview with Dr Tonny Omwansa, the Chairman of the Nairobi Innovation Week. (If you haven't seen it out check it out here!) Kenya is a really fascinating country, which really … Continue reading Did You Know Kenya has an innovative personality?
Agriculture, as we have said many times before, is the foundation of development across Africa. With a huge amount of small holder farmers and arable land across the continent, the potential for Africa to feed itself and not rely foreign food imports. Technology is enabling small farmers to change and develop their farms. There are … Continue reading Did You Know farmers in Ghana can access tractors using an app?
The Innovation Prize for Africa is renowned for shortlisting exciting innovations that create African solutions for African problems. Due to the amount of incredible innovations announced this year, for the Ghana edition of the IPA, it was not possible to fit all of them into 1 or even 2 blogs! So this is the third … Continue reading Did You Know you can speak to tech with you local African dialect? (Part 3)
If you read about African technology and innovation a lot, (and if you are reading this you probably do!) then over the last year you will have heard a lot about the many technology hubs that are being established across the continent. In many ways the tech revolution in Africa is partly due to these … Continue reading Did You Know how to travel in Ghana? There’s an app for that!
Africa's power is found in its youth. Africa's population is the most youthful on the planet and in the years to come, that will be the continent's strength. Education is not only a right for the children of the world, but it is vital to Africa to drag the continent up and bolster its respect … Continue reading Did You Know Africa’s youth are African’s wealth?
Today technology plays a major role in everybody's life, so it's important to have people that are trained to develop and manage new technologies. But in Africa the gap between supply and demand for skilled African programmers is still high. This is why codeX has come up with a new training programme to train talented young brains … Continue reading Did you know about project codeX?