Tag: Kenya

Rob Goodier

Five Questions with Kamau Gachigi, Head of Gearbox

May 22, 2016

Inventors and tinkerers who have had a place to build things in Nairobi, and tools to build them with, can...

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Rob Goodier

Five Questions with Louisa Brown

August 5, 2015

Louisa Brown has taken weeks and even months off from her career as a world-traveling structural engineer with Arup...

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Rob Goodier

Wanda Organic’s crowdfunding tips for hardware development

March 3, 2015

A Kenyan fertilizer startup called Wanda Organic that turned to Indiegogo to raise money from the online crowd has...

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Rob Goodier

Life-changing Innovations at Techcon

November 26, 2014

Eight labs showed off their innovations with the potential to improve the quality of life of people around the...

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Rob Goodier

Promising Prototypes and Projects of 2013

January 1, 2014

In 2013 we saw hundreds of irrigation pump prototypes, power tool parts repurposed for medical devices, prostheses upgrades and...

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Rob Goodier

Architecture, Tools & People

November 27, 2013

The architect Charles Newman has spent the last several years wandering Central and East Africa building and renovating schools,...

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Rob Goodier

Bicycle-Powered Irrigation Pump

June 17, 2013

In this series, we feature technological solutions to problems in underserved regions that our members have proposed. If you...

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Mike Mader

Careers in International Development

May 1, 2013

About this Webinar: One Acre Fund, a rapidly expanding social enterprise, currently provides 137,000 farmers in Kenya, Rwanda, and...

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Rob Goodier

Paper diagnostic tests: Coming soon to Kenyan dairy farms

January 28, 2013

Tests for milk on Kenyan dairy farms may soon be ultra cheap, printed onto paper sheets and delivered to...

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Rob Goodier

Sisal Twine Manufacturing Machines

January 4, 2013

One broad, pointed leaf plucked from the sisal plant can earn a Kenyan farmer 5 shillings, or about $0.05...

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