AfriLabs Extends Membership to 23 new members across 34 African Countries


AfriLabs; the largest network of technology and innovation hubs across Africa has admitted 23 new hubs into its network making it a total of 123 hubs across 34 African countries.

This has extended its reach to 4 new countries; Lesotho, Burundi, Mozambique and Sudan.

According to Anna Ekeledo, Executive Director, AfriLabs, “We are excited to have these new members join our AfriLabs family as well as extend our reach to more African countries. We believe that we are moving closer to an integrated and prosperous continent fostered by open collaboration, innovation and entrepreneurship and driven by hubs and their communities across Africa.”

In June this year, AfriLabs admitted 40 new hubs into its network making it a total of 100 hubs across 30 African countries with Morocco, Algeria, Somali Land, Cote D’Ivoire, Angola and Mali as the new countries the network has reached. AfriLabs started with 5 hubs in 2011 and hit 100 members in 2018. in 2017, it admitted seven new hubs.

The 23 new members of the AfriLabs network across the 4 countries are:

  1. Zixtech Hub, Limbe, Cameroon
  2. Jacaranda Hub, Lusaka, Zambia
  3. Enovate Lab, Kano, Nigeria
  4. Heartland Incubation Hub, Owerri Nigeria
  5. Hopin Academy, Tamale, Ghana
  6., Lagos, Nigeria
  7. Jongo Hub, Buea, Cameroon
  8. Apps Lab, Eldoret, Kenya
  9. Robotech Lab, Dar es Salaam, Tanzani
  10. Mzuzu E-Hub,Mzuzu Malawi
  11. Lome Tech Hub, Lome Togo
  12. Tomruk iHub, Jos Nigeria
  13. Impact Hub, Khartoum Sudan
  14. Lawyers Hub, Nairobi, Kenya
  15. Ingenious City, Kinshasa, Democractic Republic of Congo
  16. Innova237, Douala, Cameroon
  17. Ideario, Maputo, Mozambique
  18. Siyon Capital, Pretoria, South Africa
  19. Impact Hub, Bujumbura, Burundi
  20. The Hub, Morija Lesotho
  21. TechBridge Startup Hub, Mombasa Kenya
  22. Fastlaunch Incubator, Lagos Nigeria
  23. SwahiliBox Labs, Mombasa Kenya
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