The Pan-African tech magazine HumanIPO featured a story on the launch of our Zambian Innovation Lab and collaboration with the tech hub BongoHive:

Image courtesy of Shutterstock. Source: HumanIPO 2014
Image courtesy of Shutterstock. Source: HumanIPO 2014

May 16, 2014: Zambian tech hub BongoHive and the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for the creation and launch of the Zambian Innovation Lab.

The Innovation Lab will be UNICEF’s 15th worldwide and will allow for partnerships focusing on issues affecting children and women to be fostered, which the organisation hopes will lead to the development of universal solutions.

“The approach of innovation captured in the agreement aims to foster positive and creative ways of programming for children and women and for developing collaboration among private sector, academia, NGOs, government ministries, youth and civil society,” BongoHive said in a statement.

Read the full article on HumanIPO


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