We are in a society where some people are trying to find creative and innovative ways to solve problems confronted by africans daily. Their aim is to make greater impact beyond the conventional and traditional ways of doing things. Among those men and women of value is Mr. Emmanuel Kojo Ampomah, whose name can now.
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.
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.
Born in a small village called Togbota-Oudjra , which is located in Adjohoun( Benin) . Richard has a typical life story. A story that teaches us about faith in ourselves, courage and audacity to take the unkown part and to learn every single time we have the opportunity. Seeing the light in a tunnel I lost my parents very early. My primary.
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.
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.
African youths are endowed with creativity that is unfortunately unknown to the big world! One wonders if the generation of african youth has potential. Yet it represents 65% of the African population. What is preventing the young generation from showing what they are worth to the world? First of all, it is necessary for African.
Most of the talents and creativity we have are actually our gateway to financial freedom and self fulfillment. You can become rich by exploiting your talents. It is also the best way develop your creative capabilities. It is not always about money sometimes, but it is about how original and unique your ideas are. If.
“Innovative agriculture for a sustainable development in Africa” that is the moto of Koffi N’guessan, a young and determined African from Cote d’ivoire. Born in 1997 in Boni-kouassikro, in the central East of Ivory Coast, of a farmer father and a housewife, Nguessan Koffi Jacques Olivier is the founder of the company, The Yaletite Entreprise.
The first ever forum for entrepreneurs and start-ups engaged in innovations in africa. Gathering geeks, entrepreneurs, investors, political figures, curious minds, young and old from all over the world. The goal was to dive into the realities of start-ups and their process of innovation. The first edition of the forum innovation made in africa organized.