This Global Innovators Technology School Program is designed to connect students with individuals and organizations in Africa as they confront global challenges in technology and social entrepreneurship. They will be exposed to the experiences, skills, and knowledge needed for successful innovation in Africa’s number one tech hub
Nairobi, Kenya’s capital city and the fourth largest in Africa, has been lauded by CNN (2018) as the number one tech hub in Africa. As such, it is home to several world-class developers and social entrepreneurs. Being based in Nairobi, students will also have the opportunity to explore the remarkable contrasts between urban and natural environments in Kenya – the Nairobi National Park (where wild lion and buffalo roam) is right on the outskirts of the city, and the famous Maasai Mara is only a few hours’ drive away.
During this program, students will have the opportunity to:
- Gain insight from lectures by CEO’s and Directors of top tech and innovation companies in Africa
- Engage with diverse concepts of innovation in education and entrepreneurship through site visits
- Identify social impact opportunities in new markets
- Explore Kenya’s diverse cultures, history, and urban and natural landscapes
The Global Innovators of tomorrow will have the opportunity to visit world-class organizations and engage in various cultural activities.
- iHub & BRCK
- African Solar Designs
- Moringa School
- Maa Trust
- Maasai Market
- Kibera & Power Women’s Group
- Elephant Orphanage
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Thank you for your interest in developing a School Group Program with EDU Africa. We pride ourselves in our ability to customize a program that will meet your requirements, exceed your expectations and make your vision come to life.
Brackenhurst Botanic Gardens
Brackenhurst Botanic Gardens is a vibrant gateway into the world of pre-colonial climate diversity. Rising out of misty, rolling hills of emerald-green tea, these gardens stand as a testament to the power of environmental restoration and protection. The project began in the year 2000 and includes an arboretum of rare tree species that are critically endangered across the continent.
Big Cat Monitoring
Incredible wildlife is one of Africa’s most appealing icons and is desperately in need of protection through conservation and educational projects. Many conservation efforts give rise to amazing service-learning programs, such as the opportunity to research and monitor big cats. Taking part in this project gives students a chance to deeply experience and engage with some of Africa’s most powerful and breathtaking wildlife.