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RLabs Iringa: GROW Leadership Academy in the Community

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With two weeks before the Grow Leadership Academy graduation in Iringa, Tanzania, we really proud of the impact that they’ve had in their communities. The students have been doing community work during the past few months. Moses assisted and co-facilitated entrepreneurship training with the differently abled entrepreneurs at Neema Crafts. We also had two of […]

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Tanzania: Living Labs Workshop

On March 5th 2013 TANZICT organized a full day working meeting for the living labs and living lab initiatives that we have been working with. Idea of the session was to share experiences and challenges, and come up with ideas for developing the activities and collaboration. Marlon Parker, the founder of RLabs, is in Dar […]

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Tanzania: Iringa Living Lab training Neema Crafts Staff

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Iringa Living Lab in Tanzania have been going from strength to strength being the innovative change agents in Iringa, Tanzania. They been providing a variety of training offerings in partnership with TanzICT and RLabs with another recent programme teaching the Neema Crafts Staff. The training equips the staff in understanding more about Social Media and […]

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Tanzania: Introducing Mbeya Living Lab

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There was a keen interest by a team from Mbeya after reading a blog post that was written by Jukka Siltanen on the TanzICT blog about the Social Media training we were doing with the community at Kigamboni Community Centre . After discussions with Jukka about them wanting to start something similar in Mbeya we […]

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Tanzania: Kigamboni “Train The Trainer” Social Media Workshop

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The “Train The Trainer” Social Media workshop at Kigamboni Community Centre has begun! RLabs and TanzICT whom is conducting the training went out to the rural village on Monday (16th July) to do the first session. This training will happen over a period of 3 weeks and two times per week. It was good meeting […]

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