The two-day Hackathon provided an additional platform to co-create and develop innovative solutions that can be nurtured and supported and ultimately contribute to development in Uganda. Nine teams of four people (36 participants) took part in this Hackathon. These were mainly engineers, software developers, public health specialists, data scientists...click here.
The clinics coincided with a two-day ICT Exhibition, also under the theme: "Innovation and Entrepreneurship" and held at the same venue (Serena Conference Gardens) from May 25-26. While the Exhibition was similar to the previous ones, the number of exhibitors and visitors showed a marked improvement. The exhibitors were as eye-catching as they were...click here.
The ACIA Awards is an annual initiative that fosters innovation through the recognition and reward of outstanding ICT innovations. ACIA provides a platform upon which outstanding ICT innovations can be showcased and propelled to further success. The initiative was established in 2010 by the Uganda Communications Commission and since its...click here.