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DOT Kenya Field Officer in the Coast region, Ayshah Maende, was hosted on Sheki FM, a local radio station that hosts young people discussing issues that affect young people within the coastal region of Kenya.
I was to officially open a youth leadership training which was to taking place for a couple of days in one trainings institution in Gede-a small village in the outskirts of Malindi. This is where I met with Jimmy Katana, a presenter at local radio station Sheki FM, and social worker at heart. Mr. Jimmy was also the master trainer for that particular training; he works with the Young Mens Christian Association in the Coast Region, and when he is not working he is out on the field with young…
DOT Kenya Interns encounter all sorts of participants while out in the field. In this article, Bungoma, Kenya-based Intern Winnie Wangulu shares an intriguing tale about a technology savvy participant, Ken Kungu, who has invented a simple robot controlled by his mobile phone. This is just one example of the exciting innovations we can expect to be featured as a part of DOT's Innovation Fest.
This is just one example of the exciting innovations we can expect to be featured as a part of DOT's Innovation Fest, a celebration of the creativity and ingenuity of DOT's program participants, interns, staff, and alumnus. For more information about DOT's Innovation Fest, which runs from November 1st to December 5th, please visit http://friends.dotrust.org/innovation.
DOT Kenya ReachUp! participant Ken Kungu
Kenneth Kungu Poltridge is 20 years old. He has a passion for computerized…
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