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LBIIW will seek to review the region's public health response to covid, discuss the role of technology in the fight against covid, showcase and promote adoption of local health innovations and solutions that can be adopted nationwide in future pandemics
Health innovation are long-established traditions in many counties. They are generally designed to jointly review the implementation of national health sector plans or to assess sector performance and to agree on actions to address constraints in implementation or to improve performance.
To explore what the future of work would be post-covid, the new skills sets young people need to acquire now and how traditional employers should prepare for the new normal to remain competitive and sustainabl
We strive to do this by addressing their situation and then take action in order to improve their access to resources and transform their consciousness through their beliefs, values, and attitudes
LBIIW takes note of much needed synergies for the development of the regional ecosystem during pandemics. As such the week will provide and facilitate formation of strategic relations and initiate partnerships for the economic recovery and resilience of the region.
With relation between two commercial enterprises, usually formalized by one or more business contracts. A strategic partnership will usually fall short of a legal partnership entity, agency, or corporate affiliate relationship.
We are seeking to discover, showcase and promote innovations and new value chains that Agri-preneurs can adopt to thrive/be resilient during pandemics.
Coming up with long term innovative strategies for economic response and recovery for SMEs during and after emergencies.
LLBIIW will embrace and promote home grown solutions through local manufacturing towards addressing gaps that exist in disrupted global supply value chains during pandemics.
Factory production has contributed little to economic growth because of poor linkages with local markets and overwhelming reliance on imports.
LakeHub is a technology and social innovation hub based in Kisumu, Kenya with the aim of decentralizing access to technology, growing entrepreneurship and social innovation. Over the five years,LakeHub has created an open and supportive space where young and talented developers, creative, entrepreneurs and social innovators in Western Kenya meet to network, learn from each other, brainstorm and find solutions to societal challenges.LEARN MORE
Winam Capital is an entrepreneurship ecosystem enabler based in Kisumu, Kenya working towards growing successful enterprises in the Lake Victoria Region; through business acceleration, strategic advice and access to investment capital. Our mission is to work with investors, exceptional entrepreneurs and strategic partners in the Lake Region to design and execute innovative business models that can profitably serve East Africa’s aspiring mass market.LEARN MORE
Fablab Winam offers a hub for sharing ideas, tools and other resources by makers, Artisans (Jua Kali), professionals, educators, students, entrepreneurs, learning institutions, hobbyists, kids, etc. It taps into gaps between classroom-learned skills and market needs experiences to build products that address challenges and emphasizes local manufacturing using emerging tech-based trends like IoT. Based in Western Kenya region in Kisumu where there are just a few industries, the Fablab Winam will be keen on using people-centred design approaches for socio-economic challenges and incubation.LEARN MORE