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“Building and programming a robot from scratch may sound like an impossible task to most primary school students, but one man is changing that mind-set for a generation of Ugandans.
By showing students as young as six how robots can solve real-world problems, Fundi Bots founder Solomon King Benge
At Fundi Bots, we’re working towards producing locally relevant technology solutions. The first step to doing this is ensuring that our electronics are professionally designed, reliable and occupy as little space as possible.
The end-result is to be able to create professional grade electronics right in our Fundi Spaces, and
Fundi Lindsay Craig is in Uganda for the next few months, helping us with our curriculum and setting up the new lab. He’s
Fundi Bots is thrilled to announce our participation in the 2014 Echoing Green Global Fellows Program. Our founder Solomon King was chosen out of almost 3,000 applicants
How many African youth are into building and creating hardware? In a continent where majority if not all of the countries import safety pins and match
“Kampala is known as the capital of chaos,” says TMS “Teddy” Ruge, Ugandan entrepreneur, graphic designer and cofounder of Kampala’s first tech incubator, Hive Colab.
On the startlingly green shores of Lake Victoria, on the other side of Kenya and Tanzania, a new generation is ready to upend your perception
The shipment from some really really awesome people at SparkFun Electronics finally arrived.
They have donated thousands of dollars worth of electronics and books, on