Inventors and ideas driving innovation around the continent
Maybe not over-thinking. But this is how I managed to convince myself I designed the best personal website ever
Why the maker movement belongs in Rwanda
A three way discussion, about “12 Years A Slave” between Agnes Gitau, Mike McCahill and Ayodeji Alaka.
Here’s what it is, and how we can fix it
I am not a continent.
Slow fixing value, in the eye-care value chain, across East Africa.
International collaboration @ creative exchange hubs
sensitive visual engagement with a wider audience by Africa inspired story tellers.
the fast track from hope to despair and back
Different strokes for different co-creative folks
Human health is at stake: How will Payan get Kenya Stoves to the women who most need them?
London and its social infrastructure provides any curious minded person with a rich set of informal circumstances, events and places for…
Perhaps it’s fitting that Africa’s first 3-D printer should be made entirely from scrap: copper wire, the casing from an old computer, a PC…
As almost any article on the global tech scene makes clear, cell phones are everywhere in Africa.
Designing appropriate vehicles for new frontiers
From Tanzania to MIT to Tanzania
The appropriate technology movement died peacefully in its sleep 12 years ago.
Zim dollars and the souvenir economy in Victoria Falls
One Saturday in 2011, together with my sister in law Jacqueline Nassali, I stopped over at Coffee At Last, a café in the Makyinde suburb of…
tales from Ghana
One myth people like to tell about Ugandan farmers is that they don’t produce enough food—enough to feed their families, or to sell at…
Adding value in African agriculture
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