About her: Haweya Mohamed was born and raised in Fontainebleau, France. She used to work in very big and attractive companies but always had the urge to do something with Africa. Her last corporate job was in Casablanca. According to Haweya, “Casablanca is a hub and a door into the ... Read More
About Her: Sheila Birgen holds a BA in Public Relations from Daystar University. In 2014, she obtained a certificate in Executive Education Programme and Investing in early-stage growth companies from Graduate school of Business; University of Cape town. In 2016, she attended the Arizona state university community partnership for social ... Read More
About Her: Larisa Bowen-Dodoo is an engineering graduate from the University of Ghana. She is currently a Teaching Assistant at its Biomedical Engineering Department. She is also a mentor for Tech Needs Girls Ghana; a Ghanaian-based organization for young girls who want to grow in the world of technology. Larisa ... Read More
About Her Nanjira Sambuli is a mathematician, new media strategist and technology enthusiast based in Nairobi, Kenya. She's a keen observer on how technology is impacting governance, media and culture. With iHub Research, Nanjira has developed a framework for assessing the viability, verification, and validity of crowd-sourcing information for her ... Read More
About Her: Sitawa Wafula is a nomadic mental health crusader on a mission to renew minds. She is from Kenya in East-Africa. She is the founding executive director of My Mind, My Funk, a mental health hub that ran Kenya’s first free mental health support line. She was a student ... Read More
About Her: Janet Shufor Fofang is from Cameroon. She is a social entrepreneur, educator, technologist and speaker. Janet has been teaching electrical engineering for over 15 years at the College D’enseignement Technique Industriel et Commercial. Janet is a certified mentor with mentoring standards and coach supporting the ground work to ... Read More
The Nigeria Innovation and Information Technology Expo (NIITEX) was borne out of the desire to celebrate technological advancement and innovation in Nigeria as well as create a platform for Nigerian businesses to market and potentially export Nigerian innovations to other parts of the world. NIITEX launched its debut edition with ... Read More
TechHer, a community for women working in and around technology helping other women to learn from each other/together, and supporting each other’s enterprises. The hub held its first Legal Clinic at Yabans Restaurant Wuse 2 on 17thMarch 2016 with over 15 women and men in attendance.The event sought to unbundle ... Read More
On the 27th of November 2015, TechHer, a community of women working in an around technology organized its first ever Web Development class. The class was in response to the needs of its budding community on ways their lives and business processes could be enhanced or further enabled by technology ... Read More
Irene Charnley was born on the 6th of May, 1960 and hails from South Africa. She is the chief executive officer of Smile Telecom Holdings- a company that offers a range of broadband solutions. She achieved a full listing of MTN Holdings through M-Cell Limited and played a leading role ... Read More
30/ Working towards offering solutions to African continent using IOT will be a great course. We at @TechHerNG think so too. #TechHerTeach
29/ Understanding the numerous potential of the applications of Internet of Things needs a deeper insight. #TechHerTeach
28/...as per the scheduled dosage. It notifies automatically when it’s time to take medicine, refill, and malfunctioning or misses dosage.
27/ Medication Dispensing Service is one of the most successful IoT healthcare applications from Philips. It dispenses pre-filled cups...
26/ ...are examples of IOT applications for smart cities. Smart cities are solutions for the troubles people usually face due to population.