FabLab Iroko is a shared workshop, equipped with manual, electronic tools and digital machines to make or learn how to make your objects and to prototype your ideas / projects. A community of makers who meet to exchange, help each other, prototyping and creating together solutions that help make our cities autonomous and connected (Smart city). It.
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Le FabLab Iroko est un atelier partagé, équipé d’outils manuels, électroniques et des machines numériques pour fabriquer ou apprendre à fabriquer vos objets et prototyper vos idées/projets. Une communauté de makers qui se rencontrent pour échanger, s’entraider, prototyper et créer ensemble des solutions qui contribuent à rendre nos villes autonomes et connectées (Smart city). Un.
Here are incredibly talented women from africa that are telling the story of africa through their lenses. Proving to the world that something good can come out of africa. Mounia Youssef A Libanese-togolese, based in Benin who does more of fashion model photography and graphic designing. Her latest art exposition on the natural hair in.
EDORH Akpé Kévin Sénu was born on February 29, 1996 in Lomé, Togo. In 2012, he obtained his Professional License in Application Development. He created in 2015 with three other colleagues from the University: ATIKLEME Eddie Michel (Systems Administrator), YAWOVI Agbéwonou Helton (Applications Developer) and YAWOVI Agbéwonou Darwin (Lawyer) Dashmake. Versatile, methodical and creative, since.
One of Africa’s greatest riches in terms of apparel is the woven cloth. The woven cloth is made by weavers. Transmitted from generation to generation, weaving is a true art in which inspiration and expertise is combined. These craftsmen are true lovers of expressive geometric patterns and shimmering colors. With care, they make woven loincloth.
Cosmetics are products used to enhance or alter the appearance of the face or fragrance and texture of the body. It highlights the expression of our physical beauty. But what does it really represent in Africa? More and more, cosmetics are taking a very big place on the African continent. Whether in terms of innovation.
Ken Robinson shows us in an amusing but deep way the necessity of creating an educative system that values creativity. WATCH!
Eco-entrepreneurship! Getting rid of waste that clutters and create jobs in his beautiful capital, that is the vision of the young Ivorian named Kamagate Bafetege who embarked on eco-entrepreneurship. Still poorly known on the continent, eco-entrepreneurship is the main solution to address the environmental and social problems of our century. The creativity used to make.
African architects and designers, we do have them full of competence and professionalism. Africa has all the potentials and resources, both human and material resources needed to be developed. Unfortunately those resources are not being taken advantage of. Every sector in our society can be developed with the help of africans who had the opportunity to.
1) Popular Mentality If you have a goal in mind. If you want to be an entrepreneur and bring solutions to problems, you cant keep on listening to what people think should be. Good grades, good job, earn a monthly salary and the traditional circle of how life must be. Listening to that kind of.