Pwani Teknowgals is a brand new tech hub that opened in Mombasa, Kenya. We are excited to partner with them and plan to purchase a new Ultimaker 3D printer for their new training location. Voices of Africa will facilitate distance learning and lessons until local teachers can be trained.
We will go back to work in some way with our 3D printed maternal safe delivery kits and other medical tools. Read more about it on our blog.
For our environment project, we will be testing Flow Beehives in at least two locations to see how the technology comes to traditional methods of bee farming.
We will be working with women’s groups who already have beekeeping experience so they will be able to give us information and data. We are looking at several locations for this project so keep tuned to our blog for updates.