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mHub is Malawi’s first ever technology hub. An incubator for technology startups with a special focus on building young technology entrepreneurs through training, skills development and mentorship mHub was founded in November 2013 by Rachel Sibande a young Malawian entrepreneur in the technology space. The hub has other Directors in the names of Austin Madinga, Angel Chirwa, Soyapi Mumba and Elizabeth Chapita. Mhub was set with a goal to enhance youth development in business and technology by creating a platform through which knowledge is shared and skills are transferred in ICT and business entrepreneurship.

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A not-for-profit social enterprise, with co-working spaces and services to enable enable people to work, connect, learn, meet and hold events and for organisations to hire meeting rooms.

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The WɔɛLab is a young innovative community featuring the first African space focused on technology democracy. The mission is to foster technological democracy through the dissemination of #LowHighTech, making knowledge accessible to all. WoeLab was launched in August 2012 as a “small digital republic” in Lomé, Togo to bring the fablab concept to the street level. WɔɛLab, or the “Silicon Villa”, is a shared space where innovation happens daily and new approaches to productive collaboration in the African context are developed in the spirit of #LowHighTech. The space serves as a centre for digital resources and as a technology incubator. WɔɛLab is positioned to unleash latent technological potential by supporting creative freedom and transparency.

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