Entries by Swahilipot Hub

Interning at Swahilipot Hub

My name is James Omego Marcus, currently a fourth year student at Pwani University pursuing a degree in Computer Science majoring in Networking. The first thing that always comes to my mind when I hear “Swahilipot hub “ is the welcome talk given to us by Mr. Paul Akwabi when we toured Swahilipot hub in […]

Malaika Kidz Fashion Academy

Malaika Kidz Fashion started as a Kids Fashion Show in the year 2016 with a total number of 20 kids and in the year 2017 the total number of kids raised to 26. It has since held successful fashion shows at Swahilipot Hub with talented and great designers from Kenya and Tanzania, makeup artists and […]

Swahilipot Hub joins Afrilabs

@so_innovate @mashinanihub @WiredStartups @eldohub @SparkSahara @NairobiGarage @IrisHub_Rw @swahilipothub Welcome to the AfriLabs Network 👏🏾 pic.twitter.com/vWa1bzPFhb — AfriLabs (@AfriLabs) June 11, 2018 Swahilipot Hub has joined Afrilabs. AfriLabs is a network organization of 100 innovation centers across 30 African countries. It supports hubs to raise successful entrepreneurs that will create jobs and develop innovative solutions to African […]

eLengo Hackathon

Chris, C.E.O at eLengo, first visited Swahilipot Hub to talk about textbook for change. He got back in touch with Swahilipot Hub regarding eLengo, a community of farmers. He was interested in working with Swahilipot Hub to solve one problem he was facing within eLengo’s community of farmers. eLengo was faced with the challenge of […]

Community Governance in Swahilipot Hub Community

The community Governance Model in Swahilipot Hub was formed on 20th December, 2017 . This was after an active participation in analyzing the strategic plan of 2017 reported by the executive team on their achievements and challenges they faced on the implementation process.However, a gap was noticed between the executive team and the community insofar […]

Community Outreach at Pwani University

On 7th of October the technology and community teams teamed up to do community outreach with the computer science students at Pwani University. Amos from the Computer Science club reached out to us after their short visit to Swahilipot Hub during their school visit to Seacom. The team comprised of Athman Ziri, Johnes Mecha, Angela […]